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A book of short stories. I lo e the writing of Elizabeth Gilbert so enjoyed each story separately. Glad I read one of her earlier writings. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Michael C. Blackford
This appears to be a compilation of short stories. The transition is hard to follow. I got confused by this. Good writing.Published 12 months ago by MF Minnis
Gilbert is a great writer, but this book is clearly not anywhere close to her recent books.Published 13 months ago by DA
Quickly: Elizabeth Gilbert is a very smart woman and a very good writer. For me, the story "The Many Things that Denny Brown Did Not Know (Age Fifteen)" was worth the price... Read morePublished 16 months ago by GraceP
Elizabeth Gilbert is always excellent! Writing style is very real and true to life.Published 17 months ago by LakeBabe
I'm not fond of short stories....I liked some better than others. She is a good writer and I bought after reading Eat, Pray, Love that I liked and really liked The Signature of... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Donna L. Ford
I never came to terms with what this book was like. A novel? A selection of short stories? I gave up after 30 pages, disappointed. Read morePublished on August 17, 2014 by Karin Holt