28. Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert

 This woman searches and searches. She is definitely on a quest and is a very restless soul. I wonder how she is now. I read this book because it impacted a friend, but this author does not have my values. I felt sorry for her more than anything else and had to skip parts of chapters because it was TMI (too much information) for even a memoir. It was interesting to read to get an inside look at a lost soul. She is a very good writer though. 
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