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Could have been subtitled : 'how I whined my way across three countries, feeling sorry for myself because I am divorced, have no boyfriend, and can't find my spiritual self. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Sue J
It's all about new age occultism. If you want to take this ladies advice and have to go to exorcist, id recommend burning this book and saving your time.Published 3 days ago by Clark
I hadn't read this book for years, but I've been listening to Gilbert's wonderful podcast, and so I picked it up again recently. I have a massive crush on Elizabeth Gilbert. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Tabitha Fortis
Very spoiled western woman "searching for herself" theme. Happened to my friend in real life. Nice Canadian Urologist with three children, two girls and a boy. Read morePublished 4 days ago by raypal45
Great book. The seller provided the book in a timely fashion and it was exactly as described.
While Elizabeth Gilbert might not continue to follow the lessons she... Read more
This book was fantastic!!!!! An eye opening book about life! WOW!!! I would recommend this book as a must read for everyone.Published 6 days ago by Darlene Ludwig
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This book is more of a heavy weight than people give it credit for. I say that as someone with an advanced degree in theology and some background in comparative religion. I also say that as somebody who has struggled for years, spiritually and medically, with depression. What I happen to like... Read More
Dec 11, 2007 by ShyChicago | See all 176 posts
|Kindle price disgusting||
A friend offered to give me this book in paperback, but I said, "No thanks, I'd rather buy it on Kindle". After seeing that the price is higher than the paperback price, I will go back with hat in hand and accept her kind offer. Maybe the greedy publisher should think about the fact... Read More
Aug 13, 2010 by Debbie Burroughs | See all 20 posts
|Eat, pray, love ... is this book relevant to older persons?||
It is interesting that you would think of that. I am 60 and the book was not relevant to me, not because Elizabeth Gilbert is so much younger than I in years, but because I have the maturity to see how, well, immature she is. So I could not be very impressed. I promise I'm not a bigot about... Read More
Mar 4, 2008 by Loves Books & Movies | See all 25 posts
|Offensive talk of God in this book!||
In the very next paragraph (after listing various terms for God), the author states, "I have nothing against any of these terms. I feel they are all equal because they are equally adequate and inadequate descriptions of the indescribable."
That pretty much covers it, don't you... Read More
Dec 30, 2007 by A. Wren | See all 36 posts
|One imperfect, hormonal woman's desperate struggle to save her marriage,...||
Finally, someone else who is bored and frustrated with these spoiled, self-absorbed characters. I borrowed "Eat, Pray, Love" from a friend, so felt I had to finish it - but I hated it and was glad it wasn't a long book. I hate to waste valuable reading time on such self-pitying twaddle.
Aug 31, 2008 by Sarah Long | See all 2 posts
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