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Even if you saw the movie, read the book.
While Elizabeth Gilbert has an intimate style of writing and a witty turn of phrase, it did feel like EVERY funny story and EVERY clever thought had to be crammed in.
I really enjoyed the first and third portions of the book, but the second part - in India - got so boring that I almost didn't finish reading it.
So I have read this book at least 3 times cover to cover at this point and even though I know how exactly it turns out I am still enthralled. Read morePublished 2 hours ago by E Simpson
Lovely book, easy reading. Would recommend; I was surprised that it is quite religious - although I didn't mind it.Published 1 day ago by Barbora
I read this when it first came out and think of it often when someone can use it. This was purchased as a gift. I've probably given this book as a gift about four times now. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Noelle.
A guide book for life wittily written and subtly wordsmithedPublished 4 days ago by Gayle Bach-Watson
"You just have to read Eat, Pray, Love," my neighbor gushed, after reading it with her book club when it first came out. Read morePublished 5 days ago by sandy
A good book, but her travels in Italy were only one part of this book. A great many pages fond her in India, where the true theme of the book was developed.Published 5 days ago by A Virginia Citizen