A down to earth and humorous take on the changing nature, and expectations we have, of the institution of marriage.
Plenty, it seems to me, after reading Elizabeth Gilbert's Committed. While admittedly dancing around the fringes of the man-marriage-management formula, Gilbert brings to her follow-up to the best-selling Eat, Pray, Love the kind of common sense and insight about human relationships your mum would have been proud to pass on to you. What's more, she leavens the history with humour of the self-deprecatory kind, the research with the readability quotient of a thriller. She comes across as intelligent, kind and very much the sort of woman you'd like to have as a best friend when you're doubting the institution of marriage.
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