Eat, Pray Love

 

Elizabeth Gilbert, the writer, writes that in her early thirties the lady had everything she could have hoped for. A modern American woman at that age is to have a husband, a country home, and a successful career. But even though she had it all, the lady was not happy and was filled with panic and confusion. This book is the journey of a woman, who departs from the outward notions of success and finds her own happiness.