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I stopped reading this book 4 times, but had a 5 hour flight on the way back, I was so bored I finished it.
Maybe that make it more impressive, but just know that the author did not directly do all the stuff in the book, or at least, this is not non-fiction.
This is a good, enlightening, funny read to follow up after reading Elizabeth Gilbert's book "Eat Pray Love".
A friend told me about this... what a hilarious read. Quite the same ending, with a male spin on the journey. Funny for both sexes, highly recommend!Published 6 months ago by Abby Graham
Funny, witty and clever. Did I mention funny? A very light read for a vacation.Published 7 months ago by LF
Such a lousy book, bought it as a goof as I had read Eat, Pray Love. Waste of money, and it's now a product of recycling.Published 16 months ago by Kathy
I enjoyed the writing, I enjoyed the story and I genuially liked the main character. Bob Sullivan was a married man who probably thought he would be married to the same woman his... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Aethereal
A guys take on eat,love,pray. after a unexpected divorce.
a boys wet-dream of what a person would do with
unlimited funds, and a year to travel and spend it.
I read 'Eat, Pray, Love' and really enjoyed it. I stumbled across this book when I was searching for 'similar books', and when I saw the title and the design of the cover, my... Read morePublished on December 14, 2012 by Molly Pigott
Andrew Gottlieb has written a howlingly funny book that takes us on twice the adventure of the original. Read morePublished on July 9, 2012 by brian1492
First things first, I was introduced to this book by a friend who told me (and believed) that it was written by the real ex-husband of the vapid egotist that wrote Eat, Pray,... Read morePublished on April 2, 2012 by R. David