# 4 Eat Pray Love

I hope my blog doesn’t just become me updating my reading list.  It will probably stop real soon, but I’m completely engrossed in reading and that’s all I do outside of going out and drinking beer.  So Eat Pray Love was really good.  The thing is, sometimes it’s tempting not to read best sellers as they sometimes are meant for the mainstream and aren’t touching.  This wasn’t the case with Eat Pray Love.  As a lover of travel narratives, this one really is a wonderful example of a true travel narrative.  Funny, biting, sometimes embarrassing and always revealing about the person in the moments of travel (good and bad).  I’d recommend it to men and women alike.

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