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February 02, 2010

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Hope

I might have to check it out!

lesli

I read Eat, Pray, Love when it first came out and it was really thought provoking and held my interest all the way through. So I do want to read her newest book, so it will go on my library list.

But what do you mean chicken on twine and frogs in the basin?? You know I am a vegetarian! Is this book going to freak me out?? Ha ha!

jesser

EPL was AOK, but the author struck me as a bit self-centered and immature and she kinda lost me with all that stuff at the Ashram. I will probably add this to my reading list, though. I like histories of commonplace "things."

Leah

I really loved EPL, and I'm excited to read this book too. I'm not a marriage skeptic, per se, but I am nervous about getting married myself. I'm just not sure I'm ready. Perhaps this will help give me some perspective.

Katharine

I am SO glad to hear a positive review. The few I've read have been less than stellar. I think not having read EPL probably helped - nothing to compare it to. I'm not expecting it to measure up, but I WAS hoping to appreciate its different view on marriage. Thank you for sharing!

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