BOOK REVIEW: EAT,PRAY LOVE


 I finally got to read this book! I really wanted to know what was all  the hype about! This book is a woman  about in her  mid-thirties and had  early-onslaught midlife crisis. 
She had everything an educated, ambitious American woman was supposed to want—a husband, a house, a successful career. But instead she relized she was more than an American housewife, she wanted to be more than that. She was also getting a divorce and started feeling depressed, unfilied, and she felt she failed at love. 

Review: 

I would give this book at least 2 stars! Why? The writer is so unaware oh her own 
privilege not everyone has a good paying job and a penthouse in New York not everyone  has the privilege to just pack thier bags and leave and travel to Italy .  I cant relate to her, im 20 ive never been in a relationship, she’s 34 getting a divorce and complains every chapter about her divorce.  Overall,  this book was cring! She started this book about her divorce and she didnt say why she was getting one , thats a cliffhanger. The writer is so shallow about her divorce , when she traveled to Italy and how she treated  the people  about the rest of the world 
though it exists for the consumption of jaded, rich, white Americans and this book is a monument to that sort of arrogance and ignorance.

I wouldn’t recommend this book


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