As you may know this prescribed drug is one of those called “the happiness pill” and it is entirely true. At least for me, I can say it helped me to reduce my anxiety 85% and also helped me to talk to people, as I am an introvert. On the other hand, it had some drawbacks like binge eating and starving to death.
I’ll start by saying that more than a book, I feel as if this is a manual for those who love nature or wandering with no purpose. It gives you information that you can consider if you enjoy exploring, even bibliography to seek. Inside, you’ll be able to find different authors who also seem to be wanderers -among them, the famous Walt Whitman-.
On the other hand, the author wants you to start on a mission to be “invisible”, but at the same time, let people know that wanderers are around, like an anonymous group. She even gives ideas for you to share or stick, like symbols or pictures. This reminds me of guerilla art (Keri is an artist that follows this line of expression).
This book invites you to ponder and wander freely and enjoy it as you do.