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    Don’t do it unless you are in Oprah’s Book Club

    A great idea with a great premise, even a great message. But that message started wearing really thin for me about 2/3 of the way through. I think it was her delivery. She just started getting too repetitive, preachy and, well, annoying. It was like going travelling with a friend for a week too long.
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    Eat, pray, love

    Great book. Recomend for everyone.
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    Just after getting this for my ebook reader, I'm finding it super hard to put down. Some passages may be a bit difficult to muddle through, it's an excellent read, nonetheless.
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    Inspirational

    This memoir chronicles the story of Elizabeth Gilbert’s marriage, divorce and her travels around the world, trying to find herself. She spends four months in Italy, eating and enjoying life (“Eat”). She spent three months in India, finding her spirituality (“Pray”). She ends the year in Bali, Indonesia, looking for “balance” of the two and found love (“Love”) in the form of a handsome and charming Brazilian factory owner.
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    I loved the movie.

    The book was twice as awesome! I guess I'm just an old romantic
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