The Signature of All Things

913MaEC1LvLThe Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert (of Eat, Pray, Love fame) was a gift to me for Christmas. I have to admit that I put off reading it for a long time because, even though I enjoyed Eat, Pray, Love, the idea of an entire 512 pages about botany didn’t do it for me. However, I heard something positive about The Signature of All Things last week and thought I should give it a try. Believe it or not, this 512 page book, mostly about botany, was very good. I was absolutely sucked into Alma’s story and intrigued enough to get through it in about 4 days. The ending slowed down a little bit and I was ready for it to be done once I got there, but it was enjoyable.
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