Enlightenment for Idiots by Anne Cushman

June 21, 2008 at 7:21 pm Leave a comment

At 29 Amanda does not have her life together. She has a bad relationship with a photojournalist who is gone more than he’s home, she’s broke and is aspiring to be a yogi. To pay the bills she writes “how to” guides for idiots. When her boss pitches her “Enlightenment for Idiots” and with it the chance to travel to India. So she goes and discovers herself, along with an intriguing cast of characters including the various gurus she encounters. Sort-of like a fictional Eat, Pray, Love type story, heavy on the pray part.

I’d classify it as chick-lit for smart people. The story was good and I liked Amanda, but it was a little long on her time in India.

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