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It flows smoothly and hilariously and makes me want to hang out with this guy. I enjoyed this book so much I'm giving it 4 stars.. I liked it more than the work it parodies, but that's not saying much. This book is light, comical, and could be enlightening if you were open to that sort of thing - or at least, it's as "life-changing" as I found the other book ie. She is the epic poet of ecstasy. Because I loathe whiny and sappy books like "Eat. Gilbert followed up this book with Committed. What makes this book fun is that Gottlieb doesn't just mock Gilbert's premise, he studiously snarks her various adventures and platitudes line by line. This book is nothing if not a conversation starter -- especially if like me you're happy for an excuse to rant about the horrors of the Eat Pray Love Elizabeth Gilbert cult. I don't gamble and I don't golf and maybe I shouldn't judge a book because of my own ignorance to the subject. Not a bad read but not nearly what it could have been. He is gutted, so quits his job and goes on a 1 year bender. It's hard to sustain that kind of parody for pages and pages, but to Gottlieb's credit, narrator Bob Sullivan manages to be likeable and entertaining enough to carry the story and do his share of good-humored philosophizing on the gender-trumping predicament of heart-break.
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