Dharma Girl: A Road Trip Across the American Generations
Ignited out of complacency by news of her mother's cancer diagnosis, 23-year-old Chelsea Cain embarks on a revolution of self to the beat of the road. Cain and her mother set out for Iowa, and the site of the hippie commune where they lived nearly twenty years earlier. Dharma Girl presents an unforgettable journey about home, loss and self-discovery, and a deeply personal manifesto that sheds new light on the philosophical intersections of two of the most written-about generations of the 20th century.
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Review: Dharma Girl: A Road Trip Across the American GenerationsUser Review - Kim - Goodreads
I was actually a little sad when this book ended! I loved the style of writing...easy yet poetic in it's own simple beauty. I could really relate to the author and her experiences. Overall, I loved this book! Read full review
Review: Dharma Girl: A Road Trip Across the American GenerationsUser Review - Josephine Ensign - Goodreads
Another road trip sort of book, but this one felt disjointed somehow. I like how Cain portrays her complex relationship with her mother, but the 'going back to Iowa' part was not compelling. Read full review