F*ck the Bucket List for the Adventurer

Trekking into the Unknown

Non-Fiction - Inspirational
175 Pages
Reviewed on 12/01/2020
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Reviewed by Grace Masso for Readers' Favorite

F*ck the Bucket List for the Adventurer is the second book in the Trekking into the Unknown series by Ayelet Baron and it is a motivational, enlightening book that dares readers to choose the path less traveled and discover their own key to success in life, business, and health. The author addresses readers in a style and tone that is conversational and challenges them to make choices based on courage and the curiosity to know and allow the forces of fortune to shape their destiny. The book deals with several themes and some of the most dominant ones include loneliness and how it can be transformed into a tool for growth and personal transformation, embracing the unknown and the excitement of self-discovery in the process, the culture of an adventurer and how to develop that culture, the power of disruption, learning to be contented, and many others.

Ayelet Baron’s book is a pearl that will challenge not only how readers think about life but what they think they know. I was wowed by the wisdom in this book and the insights that the author shares with readers. The book provided the tools I need to question everything I know, to dare to do new things, and to ditch what does not work for me. Anyone who is tired of living and scared of the unknown will find the words they need to shift perspective and start doing what really matters for them. F*ck the Bucket List for the Adventurer is bold and daring and sets the reader up for transformation and success. This book will change the way you live life and introduce you to what it takes to create a life that is exciting and purposeful.