Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert (2006)
“I was an unhappy married woman, I did not like my body and everyone was watching for a pregnancy that I did not want. I divorced, sold my business and I left for a world tour, "Elizabeth Gilbert told Elle. This is how at 31, she left the dream life in which she did not recognize herself: a caring husband, a charming house and a promising career ... By traveling the world, Elizabeth Gilbert learned to to build itself, without any barrier or convention. In this book, the author underlines the capacity of women to face hardships, claims the importance of thinking about oneself, and above all encourages to try a maximum of experiences. To dare is his mantra. Adapted in 2010 to the big screen, with the sparkling Julia Roberts in the leading role, the novel by Elizabeth Gilbert has met with great success in the United States and around the world. A remarkable lesson of happiness, to consume without moderation!