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  • Published: New York : Viking, 2006.
  • Year Published: 2006
  • Description: 334 p.
  • Language: English
  • Format: Book

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  • Lexile: 1080

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  • 0143118420
  • 0143038419
  • 0670034711 :

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Eat, pray, love : one woman's search for everything across Italy, India and Indonesia

by Gilbert, Elizabeth, 1969-

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Where To Find It

Call number: 910.4 Gi

Available Copies: Downtown 2nd Floor, Malletts Adult, West Adult

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In her early thirties, [the author] had everything a modern American woman was supposed to want - husband, country home, successful career - but instead of feeling happy and fulfilled, she felt consumed by panic and confusion. This ... is the story of how she left behind all these outward marks of success, and of what she found in their place. Presents the memoir of a magazine writer's yearlong travels across the world in search of pleasure, guidance, experience, and meaning.

Community Reviews

Good stuff

Good thoughts and a woman's life experiences with love, travel and spirituality. Please don't see the movie though. Just read the book.

Fantastic

After seeing the movie, I knew I had to read the book. It's a fantastic journey of one woman who traveled to discover herself. Elizabeth Gilbert's writing is funny, honest and very real as to her travels.

really enjoyed it

I really enjoyed this book and couldn't put it down! Would highly recommend it to anyone seeking a great book.

it was ok not very interesting

its ok

Eat Pray and Whine

Eat, Pray and Whine would have been a better title for this tomb. Boring mostly. I liked the description of the soccer game in Italy. Other than that a gigantic over indulged whiner tells her tale. Get a life and work on it to yourself is what I have to suggest to the author.

Good

good

Interesting Read

I really liked this book. As someone who is very interested in both travel and religion, it gave a very interesting perspective on both. Definitely worth reading.

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