|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
Life is beautiful, and each thing that happens to us, good or bad, makes our lives what they are.
Let me start with a caveat: I love food writing, and when done right, I also love self-exploratory memoir, and Laura Fraser makes a hearty meal of both in this book.
The author paints beautiful word pictures of the exotic places she visits, but this book is much more than travel literature.
I'm a fan of travel memoirs but some are definitely better than others. Laura hits the sweet spot - we learn about her inner life and troubles in a deeply engaging way to see how... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kelly Seal
This book reads like a cheap imitation of Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert, regardless of publishing date. Read morePublished 9 months ago by JMCW
This book stands well on it's own as a travel / memoir but it is best read and understood once you've read Fraser's "An Italian Affair" because the Professor is still the... Read morePublished 10 months ago by sally an slyke
A breath of much-needed fresh and balmy air... Fraser reminds us all to travel while can, love along the way, and always always keep our ten-year-old selves close at hand.Published 11 months ago by Native Daughter
I loved that Laura wrote the good and the bad from her experiences, unafraid to share from the gut of life choices. A perfect life is not a real life, so thanks for sharing.Published 16 months ago by Darlene Marwitz
Well written and entertaining. A good book for women who are feeling a bit lost or disillusioned with love, work and lifePublished 17 months ago by Katrina Thorpe
lovely book! Loved fraser's many adventures even though she has so many troubles!
Well written, worth a read if you like wanderlust!
All Over the Map was a huge disappointment! After the first book, our book group thought All Over the Map would be a good read for a women's reading group (members in their 30s... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Dragonfly
This book gave me much more respect for Eat, Pray Love, which I found to be overly self-indulgent. These are, afterall, memoirs. Read morePublished on July 18, 2012 by Anne