The title is a little cheesy, I'll admit--it's why I avoided the book for so long until I finally thought, what the hell?
I ordered it through Amazon and read it in 4 days--freakin' loved it.
I do NOT want to sound like a book review, so I'll just say a few things here. The main character spends most of the story's time in India--I felt like I was there. She was on a quest for enlightenment, visiting various gurus/teachers and ashrams--I felt just as much a part of that quest. When she cried, I damn near cried. At her wit, I would laugh out loud.
You know a book is good when you're so into it that, upon completion, it feels as if you've been dropped back into a life you no longer recognize...and the suitcases still need to be unpacked.