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What the community says about Eat, Pray, Love
- "After reading Big Magic I am completely hooked on Elizabeth Gilbert. I love her voice! Having never read the book that made her famous I thought it was time. I can see why so many people have connected with it. I felt as if she was speaking directly to me, addressing my struggles and fears. It made me want to hop on a plane and run away to exotic locations for some serious self-reflection. But it also reminded me that that type of thing is not necessarily for everyone and that’s ok. Everyone’s path is different. All I need to do is walk mine."
- "This book is good for any and all people on journeys.This is a great story for anyone considering attempting new ways of dealing with your mental calamity. It's also a great refresher for those who have been through it as well.If you aren’t hurting and you don’t need the guide to meditation and self discovery, it’s still a great book.That’s a lot to get from one book."
- "While this book has received critical acclaim, I did not find it to be especially inspirational. Sure it's about a woman recovering from a lot of bad things, but I found nothing about it to be relate-able. Who can really just take off to foreign countries to blow off steam and recover?"
- "Well, it's obviously a best seller; if you haven't at least heard of this, you've probably been under a rock or in a cave for the last several years. That said, I didn't really think it was all that great, but I might not be the target demographic for this either. Still, I will pass it along to a few friends I know, who will likely love it."
- "This book drew me in when at first I didn't think I'd enjoy it too much. My girlfriend loaned it to me for me to check it out but I have been very surprised how much I grew to like it as I read deeper into it. Spanning across multiple countries, it's a very well written true story full of heartbreak and the growth of an individual."
- " I am still unsure of what this book is REALLY about, in the sense of what the point of it is. Is it about overcoming depression? Is it about dealing with divorce? Is it about the restorative power of travel? Is it about "finding God" (whatever that means)? The best I can offer is that it is about Gilbert, and how awesome her year-long (almost) vacation is. Every conversation she recounts turns to her and her problems -- should I get back together with my ex-boyfriend? Goes on and on. I found it uninteresting though others may not."
- "I love to read memoirs, biographies, and autobiographies. I found Eat, Pray, Love. I heard of the movie and loved it, so I decided to try the book. I love it too! It's about a woman's travel experience and search for new experiences and love. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Highly recommended!"
- "Eat Pray Love changed countless lives, inspiring and empowering readers to search for their own best selves. The book now returns in a beautiful 10th anniversary edition. Wonderful book for anyone."