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Paperback Eat Pray Love: One Woman's Search for Everything Across Italy, India and Indonesia Book

ISBN: 0143038419

ISBN13: 9780143038412

Eat Pray Love: One Woman's Search for Everything Across Italy, India and Indonesia

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One of the most iconic, beloved, and bestselling books of our time from the bestselling author of City of Girls and Big Magic, Elizabeth Gilbert.Elizabeth Gilbert's Eat Pray Love touched the world and changed countless lives, inspiring and empowering millions of readers to search for their own best selves. Now, this beloved and iconic book returns in a beautiful 10th anniversary edition, complete with an updated introduction from the author, to launch...

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Arrived on time Good book

I ordered and paid for hard back book and got paperback

Very disappointed in quality not what was ordered

It wasn't even worth finishing... a story of a rude human being

After 17 chapters I had to put the book down and I couldn't continue reading further. I found the author to be quite rude with her judgements of others, making fun of they way they spoke or judging them for their choices. She came from a place of privilege, which is okay but never recognized it, instead playing up the role of victim.

Loved this book...

I loved this memoir. I could feel the words Elizabeth Gilbert wrote in this book. I'd recommend this book to anyone who loves a good memoir.

Life of the spoined rich and unhappy

At first it seemed to be good, but the more I read the more I realized this was a person who had so much and could not find happiness. HMMM... spoiled life. Was not worth my time and I did not pass it forward... it was trash worthy

My favorite book!

This book will give you hope and make you want to travel!

Vale la pena!

Este libro me hizo reír y llorar, también me inspiró. Ya veo en nuestra sociedad, faltamos la espiritualidad. Creo que nuestra generación está desilusionado con la religión típica, pero no hay nada para llenar este vacío. Elizabeth Gilbert es una típica mujer de nuestra generación. Tiene éxito en su profesión, pero tiene hambre para algo más. En sus viajes, despierta su parte espiritual y empieza tener una vida más rica. Creo que este libro hablará a muchas mujeres y vale la pena. (Perdona que español no es mi lengua materna!)

Buying a Ticket

I laughed and loved my way through this wonderful book. Elizabeth Gilbert has written a charming book in three parts: Eat, Pray, Love. You may have heard already but it's a great book. It's fun, easy and inspiring. I found that while I was reading, I was more enthused about my life. It was warm and lovely to experience the lustiness of Italy, the serenity of India and finally the sweetness of loving in Indonesia with this wonderful author. I love books that lift my spirit. I was on the very brink of buying a ticket to some exotic locale on the heels of this treasure. But even better, this is one of those books that invited me to find those joys in my everyday life. I recently read another book that does that lifting the spirit thing, too. It's called Being Here: Modern Day Tales of Enlightenment [ASIN:1888043180 Being Here: Modern Day Tales of Enlightenment)] by Ariel and Shya Kane. Enliven yourself, your day and your life by reading both of these books.

A lovely, lovely find...

I heard this book discussed briefly earlier this year on the Today Show and decided to order it since, at the time, I was in the throws of my own divorce. Ms. Gilbert chronicles her international journey of self-discovery with such amazing detail and tenderness and humor that I recommend this book to anyone who has found him or herself in a place or state that he or she would like to change or leave (I imagine, that's everyone!). The story is engrossing and the writing is skillful. I couldn't put it down, and I feel more empowered to follow my own dreams and heart after finishing the book. That's 5-star material if I've ever seen it.

Highly entertaining

There is nothing I like better than to find a book that is so interesting that I don't want to put it down. Eat, Pray, Love was funny, well written and thought provoking. Elizabeth Gilbert has broadened my horizons by writing about places and experiences that most of us will never have. Her search for inner peace and balance takes her to Italy, India and Indonesia and she describes each experience with beautiful prose and great humor. This book will expose you to a variety of perspectives about life, love and religion...I am a better person for having read it.

Eat Pray Love Mentions in Our Blog

Eat Pray Love in Stories from a Writer's Heart
Stories from a Writer's Heart
Published by Melina Lynne • July 07, 2016

I had been in an abusive relationship. Admitting it to myself had its own difficulties, not to mention opening up to my family and friends. Now I had the crazy idea of writing it all down and sharing it with the world. Well, I won’t get too carried away... It wasn’t the world, but all my friends on Facebook and anyone who happened to stumble across my online blog.

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