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Could not put the book down until she finished reading it.
It just seemed like a waste of my time, reading this book, when I could have been reading something else more exciting and interesting.
(Eat, Pray, Love) is a really wonderful book about the personal spiritual journey of the author., Elizabeth Gilbert.
So sorry I wasted my time. Now I know why this was in the library book sale for 50 cents. I had seen the movie years ago, but don't remember the self-centeredness and whining... Read morePublished 4 days ago by AnnieM
Such a beautiful read. I think everyone can connect with parts of this story and finding yourself. This book came quickly and in great shape.Published 6 days ago by Stephanie W.
Happy I watched the movie first (and loved it). The book is even better! Fun, touching & inspiring read.Published 7 days ago by KJ
Not just nice to read but was triggering more of my attention because of intelligent reflection and writing talent. Also recognition especially of the pray part. Read morePublished 9 days ago by PmmCur
I read this at the urging of a friend. The author's description of places are enchanting and make me want to go, to eat. Read morePublished 9 days ago by M. Hopkins