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I read this book as a recommendation and I have to say I really enjoyed it.
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.
I found the book to be too self absorbed about the one character and her opinion on everything.Published 14 hours ago by Suzi Bryce
I truely love this book, such a great read- one of the few Id read over and over. I bought this 2nd copy after giving away my first insisting a friend to keep and read it, did the... Read morePublished 1 day ago by KatecCloud
This book is incredible and will always be one of my favorites. I love everything about it and find it inspiring. A book for all women to read.Published 4 days ago by Lisa Bilotta
I really, really enjoyed Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert. And why? Because I felt like this was a case of vicariously walking in her moccasins. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Susan Helene Kramer