jamysteid (USA: IL) (2008/01/20): This book is an absolute favorite. I loved it and feel that it changed my life for the better!
jen loomis (USA: MN) (2008/02/27): I loved the book. It was a quick read while traveling. Exactly what I wanted to read.
Kendra (USA: NJ) (2008/09/03): I did not love this book. It is a nice story, but did not change my life.
Caitlin (USA: AZ) (2008/10/27): My bookclub made me buy it, but I couldn't finish it - she never sold me on why I should care about her woes and her unreasonable way of resolving them. Must be nice to have the money to travel like that though :-P
sharron (USA: TX) (2008/12/27): Excellent story of a womens' self-help travels after she leaves NY to forget an ugly marriage turned divorce, and a studly crush that abandon her.
Sara (USA: NY) (2009/01/03): I loved how accessible and human the author seemed--whether or not her own personal journey changed my life, it was a pleasant, fun read.
Kerry (USA: CA) (2009/02/26): As of late February 2009 this book is available over at paperbackswap.com. http://www.paperbackswap.com
I have been trying to add a few copies to Bookmooch. If you are active on both, please join me in requesting copies over there for Bookmooch members.
Timber (USA: PA) (2009/03/05): I'm not gonna lie, I hated this book. But I forced myself to finish it. I don't know what the big deal is about it. Her views on spirituality and faith are so mixed up too. I'd never recommend this.
Earnest Anyway (Australia) (2010/04/27): OK. So this wealthy dilettante swans around the world on the proceeds of her divorce and on the way decides to cash in on the gullibility of a large portion of her sisterhood. In her self serving memoir she vows never to marry again. Immediately the book hits the stands she marries again and begins writing another book, "Committed; A Skeptic Makes Peace With Marriage." Fool you twice?
Victor Johnson (USA: OR) (2010/05/25): Loved her amazing TED talk but didn't get very far in this book. Just didn't speak to me. Bailed about a quarter of the way through.
kimO (Canada) (2010/12/21): I didn't like this book at all. I found the first part interesting, but then only finished it so that I could watch the movie (which I still haven't done). Nothing spectacular