Review: Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
At the beginning of the book, author Elizabeth Gilbert is a bit of a mess and she seems to be basically honest about the fact. Where she shines, however, is in her willingness to travel and the beautiful depictions she makes about the places she visits, whether it be a restaurant in Italy, staying in a retreat in India or finding romance in Bali. On a personal level, I found the third of the memoir that depicts her time in India to be the most interesting--in particular her reactions to the Gurugita and how a misadventure helps her to grow spiritually.
Overall Eat Pray Love is a beautifully written memoir about time well spent and a reminder of the importance of taking time out for little things and seeking beauty everywhere.