Dona's Reviews > Traveling with Pomegranates: A Mother and Daughter Journey to the Sacred Places of Greece, Turkey, and France

Traveling with Pomegranates by Sue Monk Kidd
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Jun 22, 12

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Read in June, 2012

Sue Monk Kidd talks about her conflicting selves, confusing paradoxes, etc.. I kind of felt like I was reading this book with two selves. Here are the contrasting reviews:

Self # 1 (will give anyone a chance, looks on the bright side, what I can I get out of any experience?): A decent memoir that attempts to be reflective and honest. Two introverts share their perspectives and take a chance revealing at least part of their inner selves. I like Monk Kidd's attention to archetypes and I can't believe how healthy mother and daughter are, even in the face of depression and aging!

Self #2: (jaded, bored and cynical): This book is Vanilla Bullshit.

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