This book is awfully boring. I fall asleep everytime I read it. Maybe is just not my cup of tea.
I feel like she complains all the time about this, abThis book is awfully boring. I fall asleep everytime I read it. Maybe is just not my cup of tea.
I feel like she complains all the time about this, about that, and about some crap I don't care about. I'm trying to figure out why people like this book because I find myself skipping pages and skipping whole sections just to move the story along. My few concerns are that if she wanted to figure out what she wanted out of life, why spread her legs to next walking dick? I didn't understand her obsession with David. Is it love or is it this, is it that? Cut it out!!! She needed time to grieve her marriage before she could move on to a relationship. If the purpose of this book is for her to find pleasure in her life and find her spiritual path, why obsess over a guy? I just don't understand. Maybe I am being harsh and unreasonable, but I hate it when girls complain about current love situations that they shouldn't be in because they jumped the wagon before even getting over an ex. (Whoa, did that make sense at all?)
I'm okay with her not wanting to have kids. It is a personal choice to every one out there, but the way she explains it really irks me. I felt like she degrated motherhood because she didn't want to be a mom without knowing the significance of being a mother. I just didn't like how she went about it.
I just skipped India because I was falling asleep so I will give Bali a chance before I put this book down for good.
Is she that self-absorb? The endless you are so beautiful compliments cannot be true. Anyways, I finally finished it and I am so glad I am done with it. I don't understand the hype and I was left a little disapointed. ...more