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Eat Pray Love: One Woman’s Search for Everything

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6 reviews for Eat Pray Love: One Woman’s Search for Everything

  1. Raheel (Verified Purchase)

    I read this book after really enjoying Elizabeth Gilbert’s novel The Signature of All Things. This book is really a memoir of a very devastating and distressing time in her life and how she dealt with this seemingly overwhelming time. In fact she made a surprising decision to deal with this dark time of her life by taking a year off work, and spending three months in each of Italy, India and Indonesia (Bali).

  2. Mansi Hundlani (Verified Purchase)

    For me this book captured my attention at the beginning and held huge promise. I loved the start when the author was talking about her experiences prior to leaving on her trip and what drove her to go etc. However I did find it dragged sometimes especially in the Indian and Indonesia sections and I found myself skipping over some parts because the historical references really didn’t interest me.

  3. Naseem Khan (Verified Purchase)

    Eat Pray Love is one of my favorite movies, and I wanted to read the book to compare. I do very much love the book, and you do get more detail into the story reading the book. There are some differences between movie and book, and if you have watched the movie, you will notice them. Still, a great book.

  4. Roma Sharma (Verified Purchase)

    This is my first time reading this author, and I found her to be knowledgeable , entertaining, easy reading … and often, just plain fun. As one who enjoys travel, I was intrigued by the places she went (the three “I” nations), her interaction with a wide variety of people, and her ‘working through’ her own set of loss, grief, failure, confusion and angst.

  5. Sangeeta Som (Verified Purchase)

    Liz Gilbert bares her soul in this book and shows us that there will always be difficulties in life, you will make mistakes and you have to learn to live with them without beating yourself up. Her whimsical manner of writing gives it a more familiar feel to all of this which makes it easier to sink in. I very much enjoyed this book and every character reminded me of someone in my life, especially a very close friend of mine. If you need a book that will teach you to just let go this is the best book I can recommend.

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