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Committed

A Skeptic Makes Peace with Marriage

by Elizabeth Gilbert

Committed by Elizabeth Gilbert
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  • Published in USA  Jan 2010
    304 pages
    Genre: Biographies & Memoirs

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Lucia (09/17/15)

Dissapointed, lack of art
I was so exited to get her next book. I liked so much Eat Pray Love, but with Committed it was like the summary of some books, no art of writing. I felt like she just wanted to make money using her name after her first success. I felt so tired of reading and reading it and unfortunately I could not finish. I could not find any pleasure reading this book. My time is very treasured as hers. Elisabeth showed disrespect for the reader.
CaliforniaGirl (01/14/10)

Just an Opinion...What happened to Elizabeth Gilbert
I loved Eat,Pray & Love...was so excited to know a follow up book was coming out...so I picked up a copy of "Committed" & could hardly wait to delve into it...I gave up a movie so I could start this book....well, I read, & read & wondered what happened to the author...she should have stayed single or kept her life in a better order as she did in Eat,Pray, Love..the reader is left out...one minute she speaks like an Australian...then she remembers who she is...I thought perhaps her memory would come back...I did not want to know the history of marriage...I wanted to know what happened to Elizabeth in her own life...I plan on returning the book...maybe she will realize her "Commitment" should be to her self first...
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