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The writing style of this book was very annoying to me.
There are no conclusions about her "mystical" experiences -- even she seems to pretty much conclude they are brain malfunctions and nothing spiritual.
I really appreciated Barbara Ehrenreich's willingness to share her personal journey in trying to grasp at some meaning in life in this very personal book.
It's Barbara Ehrenreich, who is a trusted brand by now, after all.Published 3 days ago by Lauri A. Heikkila
Ms. Ehrenreich's new book , while brilliant ,savvy and laugh out loud funny, struck me as immature. I felt sad for her. Read morePublished 6 days ago by mt
I read Nickel and Dimed and loved it. In this book Barbara Ehrenreich goes on and on and on about physics, math, and her father and mother's problems. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Jill E. Crane
An autobiography that is supposed tohave a high point. While words cannot express a truly religious moment, it would seem that the environment and before and after feelings might... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Marilyn Carlson-Swafford
The author is a spiritual seeker who denies she's a spiritual seeker. She's brilliant and , of course, she's Ehrenreich, which means she writes well.Published 18 days ago by Christine Cox
Confusing, frustrating, amazing, powerful and utterly can't-put-downable. Enrenreich shares her experiences of ecstasy with a rare clarity that shocks and provokes. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Beva-diva
So a bit of preamble about this one:
1. This is not a religious book, not in the traditional sense. Read more