Eat, Pray, Love is one of those gems that has infected just about every woman who has ever dreamed of leaving everything behind and traveling for a year to find themselves.
We may not all have been able to pen such an intriguing memoir, as Liz has (once you finish the book, you'll be on nickname status with the author as well). In a nutshell, the book is about a divorced 30-something year old woman on a spiritual journey to renew herself by seeking pleasure in Italy, devotion in India and balance in Bali. Gilbert, as someone mentioned to me in conversation, has an exceptional command of the English language and her writing as down-right enviable, she has her humorous moments, and brilliant metaphors. Gilbert's memoir has a perfect blend of informational details, shares personal ideas without seeming too pushy and her growth process flows so naturally through her writing.
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