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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.
I enjoyed the beginning about Italy. Didn't mind the last bit about Bali but found the part about India hard to enjoy. It was all about her. Very self indulgent. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Donna MAY
I had to buy this for a book club and thought it was going to be boring. But I was happily mistaken. It really made me self-reflect quite a bit. Read morePublished 3 days ago by JJ
Good book to understand the importance of looking with in to find happiness.Published 3 days ago by Patrice L. Mathis
The thing I enjoy about these kind of 'finding yourself' books is how people turn their angst into something positive (like a best selling book). Read morePublished 6 days ago by Benjamin Kuttner
Her ego is fun. I've had four wives and a woman with a big ego is a lot of work. My present wife is a top athlete so has a bit of this. Read morePublished 8 days ago by jay ingram
I over read this book as a class project and discussion. I enjoyed the journey and appreciated the mental and physical changes along the journey. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Theresa
Read my review here: https://www.h4hliving.com/blog/wyrw-on-thursdayPublished 11 days ago by Heather Hemminger