This is the kind of book that allows your imagination to fully participate in the magic of the book while the jokes/commentary/satire keep you laughing and awake for long stretches of road. Kept us occupied on an all-night drive from Mexico to Colorado.
I feel silly writing a review without finishing the book, but be warned that this is book is a long slog. The only reason I keep going is that I have great respect for Gilbert. Lots of detail, but more than 2/3 of the way through the book and it still hasn't really gone anywhere. If it were any other author, I would have given up long ago.
We've heard a lot lately about the sanctity of marriage. Gilbert embarks on an unintended round the world quest to figure out what is this thing we call marriage, where did it come from and what will it mean for her.
Lots of good information, though some of it, like the concept of resistance, are "borrowed" from other authors. Most notably Steven Pressfield. The first part of the book is a little tough to get through, but he brings it all together in the second half. Well worth the listen.
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