Eat Pray Love

I just finished this book, that so many have been chattering about, and I'd have to say that I agree with the masses, and give 'Eat Pray Love' two thumbs up. It is an enlightening and interesting read, written by a very fine author. I like how she is witty, intelligent, and insightful in her writing style, something which is truly refreshing. What have you been reading lately? Any suggestions? I am nearing the end of my other 2, and I always like to have a few in the mix.

8 comments:

Chere Amie said...

I previously posted about Eat, Pray, Love. A good read! I have another suggestion that has received a lot of praise: A Girl Named Zippy. I just loved this book ... totally unexpected. Hmm, here are a few more that I've read recently and loves: The Glass Castle, Whistleing in the Dark and Stolen Lives. All amazing!

Britt said...

Loved this book as well! I'm reading Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver. It's all about eating in a sustainable way - such a good read! But nonfiction so a slightly slower read. Also just read Water for Elephants - about a traveling circus during the depression. An interesting, quick read!

laura said...

you must read "feasting season" as well as "the shoe queen"
i couldnt put either one down.

laceyJ. said...

I've almost given up on this book. I can't get into the story... yet. I'll pick it back up and see what happens!

I'm such a sucker for classics... try "Marjorie Morningstar..." such a fun read.

Gjelly said...

I'm two chapters into this book. I need to make more time to read in the evening! I recently enjoyed A Thousand Splendid Suns. I know it's kind of a media darling, but it's well worth a read.

Lyn Spataro said...

I loved this book and am so excited when other people are as touched by a book as me. I found myself getting lost in her world. I've read The Glass Castle, too! I agree with chere amie, such a fantastic read!

Robin said...

I absolutely recommend A Girl Named Zippy by Haven Kimmel, and Peace Like a River by Leif Enger.

Rachel said...

Thanks for all of your great comments and suggestions. I am going to have to look into them all. Most of the time I find myself reading classics or nonfiction, so it is nice to have some good suggestions to mix it up a little.

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