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Judy H.

I agree that this is a wonderful book! I enjoy Elizabeth Gilbert's writing (I liked Eat Pray Love). I also enjoyed her TED talk on 'Your Elusive Creative Genius'.


Thanks so much for the info. I have added it to my library list.


Forgot to mention...if you liked the Dragon Tattoo series by Stieg Larsson, I just read the most recent The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz, which has many of the same characters, and it was GREAT!! I am impressed that he was able to continue the series so seamlessly, and I am keeping my fingers crossed that he will have additional books coming out in the future.


Thanks Carol... I too could not deal with Eat Pray Love, tried the book and the movie, both were way too sickly... even the TED talk didn't gel with me so I would have avoided this one without your review :)

Linda Watson

I loved that book. I have the big ole hardcover and lugged it around with me for a couple of weeks. Actually, I was just considering rereading it, and along comes your post. I think it's an omen.


Loved this book ginormously too 🙏🏻✋🏼✌🏿


Couldn't muster EPL so would have skipped latest book...thanks for review!
Missy from the bayou :)

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