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

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Goodreads Rating: 3.54

Publisher: Bloomsbury

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Elizabeth Gilbert is sobbing on the bathroom floor. She's in her thirties, she has a husband, a house, they're trying for a baby - and she doesn't want any of it. A 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. So she travels to Rome, where she learns Italian from handsome, brown-eyed identical twins and gains twenty-five pounds; an ashram in India, where she finds that enlightenment entails getting up in the middle of the night to scrub the temple floor; and Bali, where a toothless medicine man of indeterminate age offers her a new path to peace: simply sit still and smile. And slowly happiness begins to creep up on her.

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Publisher: Bloomsbury
Language: English
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Megha Yadav
Eat Pray Love

Eat Pray Love focuses on personal growth and spiritual insights, by a woman who is actively avoiding relationships until the very end. And she's quite humorous and entertaining. It is truly good writing, a mix of depth and insight plus truly funny humor.

I absolutely loved her journey through Italy, indulging in delicious Italian cuisine and learning Italian just for the pleasure of it.
However, her time in India bored me the most. I legit dragged myself through the pages just to get over that part. Richard was one character I genuinely adored in this part of her journey. He grounded her and kept her practical when she was getting worried or overly worked up about things. He was very likeable. And then came my absolute favorite part. Her time in Bali where she became freer than ever before. She is glowing pure light and love during her stay in Bali. She made so many genuine connections - Ketut (a mystical medicine man), Tutti, Wayang & Felipe ( her ultimate lover in her memoir)

I like this book because a lot of the insights and experiences are along the lines of how to be spiritual without being religious, and that's something which really resonates in modern society.

In the end, her frank explanation of her own flaws and weaknesses is part of the book's appeal - Gilbert doesn't try to make herself seem better or more impressive than she is. Her willingness to be vulnerable is part of what makes her so real.

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Megha Yadav
Eat Pray Love

Eat Pray Love focuses on personal growth and spiritual insights, by a woman who is actively avoiding relationships until the very end. And she's quite humorous and entertaining. It is truly good writing, a mix of depth and insight plus truly funny humor.

I absolutely loved her journey through Italy, indulging in delicious Italian cuisine and learning Italian just for the pleasure of it.
However, her time in India bored me the most. I legit dragged myself through the pages just to get over that part. Richard was one character I genuinely adored in this part of her journey. He grounded her and kept her practical when she was getting worried or overly worked up about things. He was very likeable. And then came my absolute favorite part. Her time in Bali where she became freer than ever before. She is glowing pure light and love during her stay in Bali. She made so many genuine connections - Ketut (a mystical medicine man), Tutti, Wayang & Felipe ( her ultimate lover in her memoir)

I like this book because a lot of the insights and experiences are along the lines of how to be spiritual without being religious, and that's something which really resonates in modern society.

In the end, her frank explanation of her own flaws and weaknesses is part of the book's appeal - Gilbert doesn't try to make herself seem better or more impressive than she is. Her willingness to be vulnerable is part of what makes her so real.

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Aysha Hishana
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Really like the quality of the book and the packaging was also great.. I will definitely gonna order more from you😻

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Aysha Hishana
Awesome quality 💯

Really like the quality of the book and the packaging was also great.. I will definitely gonna order more from you😻

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Sharmila Srinath
Eat,pray,Love

This was really a refreshing read,as one gets a feel of the Italian delicacies and the lingo,the romance along side flavours of street food,bon appetite indeed.Then she explores our country and its spiritual retreat which cleanses her soul and makes her feel happy again after time immemorial.Finally she finds love in Indonesia in the most bizzare circumstances.This book is a great read in terms of the present scenario where we can actually imagine the lovely places in three different countries owing to the diverse cultural diaspora as we are all forcibly staying at home,it's a joyful travel experience wrapped with a heart warming tory of personal loss,monetary loss and ultimately a win win situation for the lady.