Elizabeth Gilbert charmed every woman into finding herself with "Eat Pray, Love". In 2010, she wrote this soul-bearing continuation to her life story. She loves Felipe, but is challenged when keeping Felipe in the United States means marrying him. She discusses at great length the dread and anticipation she faces by going back on her word to herself to never marry again. The book reads as if she were thinking out loud and confiding in the reader as a friend.
APPEAL: Women will be especially interested in this book. The audiobook is read by Gilbert, so the reader feels very connected with the author.
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Divorced Women, Marriage, Biography
Rita Golden Gelman
DATE/STAFF: 9/22/2013 / TB