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Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
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May 23, 2013

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A fluffy and ridiculous story, but impossible not to enjoy. Elizabeth Gilbert's writing is engaging, painfully honest, and self-deprecating. It's a lighthearted memoir that still manages to touch on a lot of 35-yr-old-woman quandaries of identity, ambition, self, love, independence, and acceptance. Yes, her journey is self-indulgent, but she's the first to admit that, and she still manages to turn a perceptive eye on communities all around the world as she writes.

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