This is a recent-ish (published in 2012 by the Teresian Press in England) two-volume biography of the recently canonized French Carmelite nun who died in 1906 at the age of 26. It is quite detailed and has good insights into the political situation in France at the turn of the 20th century, Catholic life in Belle Epoque France, etc. The second half of the second volume describes how St. Elizabeth's message was communicated to the world and how people throughout the world reacted to her writings and life. I highly recommend it, especially for those interested in Carmelite spirituality and the Belle Epoque. This does not necessarily have anything to do with Eastern Catholicism (though there are Byzantine Discalced Carmelite communities of nuns in Pennsylvania, France, Romania and Lebanon), but I thought that some members of this forum might find St. Elizabeth of the Trinity as fascinating as I do.