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Eat, Pray, Love: One Woman's Search for Everything | Paperback

Released on 05 March 2007

Author: Elizabeth Gilbert | Format: Paperback

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Elizabeth Gilbert is in her thirties, she has a husband, a house, and they're trying for a baby - she doesn't want any of it. A bitter divorce and a turbulent love affair later, she emerges battered and bewildered and realises it is time to pursue her own journey in search of three things she has been missing: pleasure, devotion and balance.

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 Average rating (12 reviews)

 Eat Pray Love

| | See all ManUsupporter's reviews (2)

I loved this book! I couldn't put it down - it is just so interesting. Indeed, for any woman who has eaten, prayed or loved then READ THIS BOOK ....... fascinating and inspiring story of being true to yourself and finding peace in the world.

 Recommend

| | See all Raychellina's reviews (5)

The Book is a really good read but i found at times difficult to keep on reading and i wasnt sure whether it was because I couldn't really relate to the character or whether it was for some other reason but i would recommend it to read as she does tell some funny and interesting stories

 really dissapointed

| | See all McQueen83's reviews (1)

I had brought this book because a couple of friends recommended it and obviously it has had a lot of media attention.
I have to say i really found it tough to read, especially when she got to the Ashram in India....i almost gave up!
It did get a little better towards the end but it was really over-rated and set me up for a disapointment!

 A must read for women

| | See all Mariafromdenmark's reviews (14)

I read this book before I was a big reader, but I loved it.
It is an amazing story of overcoming the most basic challenges in life, but challenges that can be all consuming because they cover such basic needs. I have read the book again, and I have watched the movie with Julia Roberts (read the book first, then see the movie). The movie is good but there are some points that lack in it, but I find in this case that it is good to combine the two. It is life affirming, it has great points that are good to remember in life, and it is a story of love; Love of yourself and love in life. I made my mother and my mother in law read the book, and they both loved it too. Must read for women :)

 I loved it

| | See all slinkyjen04's reviews (3)

I started reading this and had finished within a week. I thought it was funny and interesting and i thoroughly enjoyed it

Yes, i agree with some of the other reviews, in that it is fairly self indulgent, but that is to be expected with this kind of story. I found a lot of the anecdotes entertaining, plus lots of interesting things about the countries she visits as she goes along. It's very genuine and honest and that comes across throughout. It feels very real

I could relate to the character is some ways and not others; i think if you cannot relate at all then you will probably find this book a little heavy going and stuggle to keep interest.

AuthorElizabeth Gilbert
PublisherBloomsbury Publishing PLC (GB)
Year2007
ISBN9780747585664
FormatPaperback - 384 Pages