Committed

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‘Committed shows what Gilbert does best. Going into the intimate

details of a difficult time, she is happy to share herself with her. readers in a way that made Eat, Pray, Love such a runaway success’

INDEPENDENT

At the end of Eat, Pray, Love Elizabeth Gilbert fell in love with Felipe, a Brazilian-born Australian citizen. Resettling in America, they swore eternal

fidelity, but also (each a survivor of a divorce. Enough said) swore never, ever, to get married. But when providence intervened in the form of the US government, they faced a stark choice: either marry, or Felipe could never

return to the US. Effectively sentenced to wed, Gilbert delves into the subject of marriage and, debunking myths, unthreading fears, celebrating love, suggests that sometimes even the most romantic of souls must trade

in amorous fantasies for the humbling responsibility of adulthood.

“Gilbert is consistently entertaining and illuminating and often funny … fans of Eat, Pray, Love will be quite content’

NEW YORK TIMES

I found myself guzzling Committed, reading it in mighty chunks, far into the night. Whenever I put it down, it was pinched by my mother or sister’

SUNDAY TIMES

“A must-read for any modern woman contemplating a trip down the aisle’

MARIE CLAIRE

A wittily bright-eyed, sexily sensible writer … She examines love and marriage, divorce, children and women’s lives with great glee and gusto’

SAGA

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‘Committed shows what Gilbert does best. Going into the intimate

details of a difficult time, she is happy to share herself with her. readers in a way that made Eat, Pray, Love such a runaway success’

INDEPENDENT

At the end of Eat, Pray, Love Elizabeth Gilbert fell in love with Felipe, a Brazilian-born Australian citizen. Resettling in America, they swore eternal

fidelity, but also (each a survivor of a divorce. Enough said) swore never, ever, to get married. But when providence intervened in the form of the US government, they faced a stark choice: either marry, or Felipe could never

return to the US. Effectively sentenced to wed, Gilbert delves into the subject of marriage and, debunking myths, unthreading fears, celebrating love, suggests that sometimes even the most romantic of souls must trade

in amorous fantasies for the humbling responsibility of adulthood.

“Gilbert is consistently entertaining and illuminating and often funny … fans of Eat, Pray, Love will be quite content’

NEW YORK TIMES

I found myself guzzling Committed, reading it in mighty chunks, far into the night. Whenever I put it down, it was pinched by my mother or sister’

SUNDAY TIMES

“A must-read for any modern woman contemplating a trip down the aisle’

MARIE CLAIRE

A wittily bright-eyed, sexily sensible writer … She examines love and marriage, divorce, children and women’s lives with great glee and gusto’

SAGA

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