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Disappointing after Eat, Pray, Love
on 9 May 2010
I felt a lot of this came across as a textbook on the history of marriage with some personal aspects added for good measure, I did not feel the rapport or compulsion to keep reading which I felt with Eat, Pray, Love. There are some good bits, which I wish there were more of, e.g. talking about the night in Laos at the guide's house, meeting the women in the village in Vietnam and her grandmother's story. But it was not enough to keep me gripped and keep reading...