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Yoga Bitch: One Woman's Quest to Conquer Skepticism, Cynicism, and Cigarettes on the Path to Enlightenment


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ISBN13: 9780307717443
ISBN10: 0307717445
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Christina L P , January 30, 2013 (view all comments by Christina L P )
This was an absolutely great read! It had me bursting out laughing throughout the whole book. Suzanne's writing is clever and hysterical. I would highly recommend it!
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3 years ago, I traveled with my wife to Bali for 2.5 weeks while on our honeymoon. I can relate to so much in this book - the names of the characters and descriptions of the places, the culture shock and panic of being in a taxi while weaving in and out of traffic and thinking that I am going to die, the confusion you get when natives try to relate to you by describing American symbols (like McDonald's, Starbucks, and Arnold Schwarzenegger).

This is "Eat, Pray, Love" for real people - not only is the main character more likeable, but they are more relatable! Highly entertaining, very understandable, a somewhat accurate portrayal of traveling to Bali. Definitely recommended!
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One Woman's Quest to Conquer Skepticism, Cynicism, and Cigarettes on the Path to Enlightenment
Morrison, Suzanne
Three Rivers Press (CA)
Biography - General
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"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "This winning memoir first took shape as a one-woman show that Morrison still performs in her native Seattle, and it translates nicely to written form: the author's voice is thoughtful, honest, and hilarious. Morrison looks back on her younger self with a mix of empathy and exasperation, touching off her story with the intense fear of death that overtook her when she turned 25, just a month after September 11. Her new yoga teacher, the serene Indra, offers her an opportunity to improve her yoga and connect with her spirituality via a two-month retreat in Bali. There, Morrison embraces her yoga practice, improving poses but remaining skeptical of poseurs. Journal entries from that time alternately pulsate with enthusiasm for yoga, Morrison's yoga-mates, and the Earth — and ooze irritation at coffee cravings, self-righteousness, and others' insistence on drinking their own urine. Morrison finds some of what she sought, including the courage to end her sputtering romantic relationship. (Aug.)" Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
"Review" by , "Thoughtful, honest, and hilarious."
"Review" by , "Brings the higher path down to Earth with refreshing honesty."
"Review" by , "Suzanne Morrison has been through the yoga wars, she has the literal scars to prove it, and she's produced a hilarious and thoughtful memoir."
"Review" by , "A smart, funny, and keenly observed travelogue of a modern yogini’s quest for awakening. Yoga Bitch flows like a quirky vinyasa, with each pose just twisted enough to be hilarious."
"Review" by , "Yoga Bitch is an unabashedly romantic book, in the very best way — like watching your funniest, most sardonic friend realize that she's head-over-heels in love."
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