I had a feeling that I would end up liking this as much as I did. In Wildflower , Drew walks us through (not chronologically) stories in her life. I would not constitute this as an auto-biography or memoir, but it definitely has that aura and feeling to it. We barely get a glimpse into her childhood, but I think what we get to see is fine enough. You can tell it's a slightly difficult topic for her, especially her mother, so I felt that what she told us was fair enough.
I laughed, I teared up, and I was amazed at how much I didn't know about Drew. She's very zen, peaceful, and enthusiastic about life and I can appreciate that. I loved that she narrated her own audiobook; it felt more organic and real.