Book Reviews of Thursdays at Eight

Thursdays at Eight
Thursdays at Eight
Author: Debbie Macomber
ISBN-13: 9781551668918
ISBN-10: 1551668912
Publication Date: 5/1/2002
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 206 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
The Last page of this book left me feeling like I was leaving 4 friends.I loved it!Every Thursday at eight four women meet for breakfast-and to talk.To tell their stories,recount their sorrows and their joys.And to offer each other encouragement and unstinting support.
MaryJane
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Helpful Score: 4
3or 4 stars. It was a good read -- the author did an excellent job of setting up the background and giving you the feelings of these women. I felt like I could really identify. Also, I loved how these characters helped each other. I felt like I'd like to know them.
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Helpful Score: 3
I really hate to see Debbie Macomber books end.
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Helpful Score: 2
After a journaling class is completed, 4 women continue to meet and share and support each other's lives: a divorce, a widow, a woman in her forties who discovers she is pregnant, and a twenty year old.
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Helpful Score: 2
A great read! I heard about this book from 2 different people, bought it from half.com and loved every page!
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Helpful Score: 2
I think this might have been my first Debbie Macomber book. She got me hooked. You will see others by her on my book list.
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Helpful Score: 2
Great book! A story about 4 women at different points in their lives, but who found a common bond with each other. Each one's story was interesting and believeable. Debbie Macomber was able to keep the story lines interesting, yet simple to read. Some authors would have really over written this type of story. Very good, hated to see it end!
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Helpful Score: 2
Truly excellent. I loved how accurate Debbie Macomber is when describing the different women - it's as if she has had experience with all the women's situations. Really good book.
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Helpful Score: 2
I'm not a huge fan of Debbie Macomber's - but I really enjoyed this book. Four women at different points in their lives who met at a journalling class - it was interesting and poignant. I would definitely recommend!
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Helpful Score: 1
Wonderful book about 4 friendships and the trials of life.
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Helpful Score: 1
A good light read. Four women get together every Thursday morning for breakfast, talk and support each other through their life issues.
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Helpful Score: 1
A great Debbie Macomber book where four interesting women meet on Thursdays at eight and share their lives. As she weaves the story, I found that I, too, was like a member of the "group" and laughed with them and shed a tear, too.
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While I thought this was a good story, it didn't really drag me in. It is good, I liked the characters, but I guess it was her style of writing. I expected more.

4 women meet at a journal writing class and decide to continue getting together after. The only time they can all get together is for breakfast on Thursdays. They each write their chapter, their story, and they intertwine. Again, I did like it, just didn't LOVE it.
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This author is known for her honest portrayals of ordinary women in small-town America. A multifacteded take of romance and deceit.
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Great story - one of those that is hard to put down - you get so caught up in the characters.
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This was a great "friendship" book. Both Heartwarming and sad, Macomber is a great storyteller.
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Great book...and a fast read. Debbie Macomber tells a wonderful story of 4 women who meet in a journal writing class and continue to meet after the class ends. Their friendships build and strengthen as they go through some difficult life situations. I enjoyed it!
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Didn't think I'd really like it and ended up loving it.
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Every Thursday at Eight four women meet for breakfast and to talk. To tell their stories, recount their sorrows and their joys. To offer each other encouragement and unstinting support.
Good book as always with Debbie Macomber.
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every thursday at eight, four women meet for breakfast- and to talk. to tell their stories, recount their sorrows and their joys. to offer each other encouragement and unstinting support.
clare has just been through a devastating divorce. she's driven by anger and revenge.. until she learns something about her ex-husband that forces her to look deep inside for the forgiveness and compassion she's rejected- and for the person she used to be.
elizabeth is widowed, in her late fifties, a successful professional- a woman who's determined not to waste another second of her live. and if that life should include romantic possibilities- well, why not?
karen is in her twenties, the years for taking risks, testing your dreams. her dream is to be an actor. so what if her parents think she should be more ike her sister, the very respectable victoria?
julia is turning forty this year. her husband's career is established, her kids are finally in their teens and she's just started her own business. everything's going according to plan- until she gets pregnant!

great read!!
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This is the first book I've read by this author. I really like her style and the storyline. I'll be looking forward to reading other books by her.
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A REALLY SURPRISING EXCELLENT BOOK NOT WHAT I NORMALLY READ BUT VERY GOOD READING!
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I always enjoye Debbie Macomber.
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Very good book, I really got caught up with the main characters,
and hated to see it end.
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great book. Very touching. One of her best reads. Loved the story of the 4 women.
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Macomber doesn't disappoint.I like her books because they include all ages and how they interact with each other.I think I've read everything she's written except for the knitting books...I don't knit..LOL
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A wonderful book about 4 friends who are there for each other no matter what.
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I loved this book. I read it in one day. It's a beautiful story of friendship. I felt like I was really getting to know these four women and didn't want the book to end.
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This was my first book by Debbie Macomber and I loved it and will be reading more. I love stories that are intertwined between the characters telling us readers a little bit of history behind each main character. All the four women were interesting as were their stories. I would totally recommend this book.
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Great Macomber book!
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wonderful reading
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I believe this is a part of a series. Debbie Macomber has never written a bad book!
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I had some trouble getting into the book, but then right in the middle i just couldn't put it down. Macomber creates such great characters and story lines!
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good summertime book
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A truly wonderful read for every woman. This is the story of four women who meet for breakfast every Thursday at eight. They tell their stories, recount sorrows & joys. Four totally different women who offer support and encouragement to each other during the trials and tribulations as well as the triumphs of their lives.
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Clare has just been through a devastating divorce.She's driven by anger and revenge...until she learns something about her ex-husband that forces her to look deep inside for the forgiveness and compassion she's rejected-and for the person she used to be.
Elizabeth is widowed,in her late fifties,a successful professionsl-a woman who's determined not to waste another second of her life.And if that life should include romantic possibilities-well,why not?
Karen is in her twenties,the years for taking risks,testing your dreams.Her dream is to be an actor.So what if her parents think she should be more like her sister,the very respectable Victoria?
Julia is turning forty this year.Her husband's career is established,her kids are finally in their teens and she's just started her own business.Everything's going according to plan-until she gets pregnant!!!

If you love women stories this is a 10!!!!
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A group of women meet to talk, tell their stories and support each other. They find out that people from diffenent backgrounds can bond.
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Four ladies meet every Thursday to discuss life's challenges and dilemmas. Claire, who is recently divorced, makes a startling discovery about her exhusband. Elizabeth, in her late fifties, is a widow who is ready to walk on the wild side. Twenty-something Karen is determined to be an actress, despite her parents objectons. And Julia and her husband are looking forward to having an empty nest...until Julia discovers she's pregnant.
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Great book about friendships between women.
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A true story of the multi-faceted portrayal of friendship! Debbie Macomber has a gift for drawing emotion out of you while you get wrapped up in the lives of her richly drawn charachters.
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As usual this is Debbie Macomber at her best! Every Thursday, four women meet for breakfast--and to talk. to offer each other encouragement and support.
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From back: Every Thursday at eight, four womaen meet for breakfast-and to talk. To tell their stories, recount their sorrows and their joys. to offer each other encouragement and unstinting support.

You will love this book. You will relate to each of these women on a level. It is a must read for any Macomber fan.
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Wonderful, touching story! As only Deb Macomber can write.
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Every Thursday at eight, four women meet for breakfast and to talk. To tell their stories, recount their sorrows and their joys. To offer each other encouragement and unstinting support.

Clare has just been through a devastating divorce. She's driven by anger and revenge . . . until she learns something about her ex-husband that forces her to look deep inside for the forgiveness and compassion she's rejected and for the person she used to be.

Elizabeth is widowed, in her late fifties, a successful professional a woman who's determined not to waste another second of her life. And if that life should include romantic possibilities well, why not?

Karen is in her twenties, the years for taking risks, testing your dreams. Her dream is to be an actor. So what if her parents think she should be more like her sister, the very respectable Victoria?

Julia is turning forty this year. Her husband's career is established, her kids are finally in their teens and she's just started her own business. Everything's going according to plan until she gets pregnant!
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Four women ranging in age from 20's to 50's, meet each Thursday at 8 am for breakfast, support and friendship.
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liked this book!
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Interesting story of four friends and a life changing year for each of them.
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Some good reading
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Four women share their lives. They meet for breakfast every Thursday morning at 8 a.m. Each woman is unique with her own joys and sorrows. The author does an excellent job of weaving them all together as their deep friendship grows and they help and encourage each other through some very well challenges and life changes. I found each woman very interesting and I thoroughly enjoyed this read. It included some hard things and some life lessons and ended with all the women still friends and much richer for having shared and cared for each other through thick and thin. You need to read this one!
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Every Thursday at eight, four women meet for breafast--and to talk. To tell their stories, recount their sorrows and their joy. To offer each other encouragement and unstinting support.

Clare has just been through a devastating divorce. She's driven by anger and revenge..until she learns something about her ex-husband that forces her to look deep inside for the forgiveness and compassion she's rejected--and for the person she used to be.

Elizabeth is widowed, in her late fifties, a successful professional--a woman who's determined not to waste another second of her life. And if that life should include romantic possibilities--well, why not?

Karen is in her twenties, the years for taking risks, testing your dreams. Her dream is to be an actor. So what if her parents think she should be more liker her sister, the very respectable Victoria?

Julia is turning forty this year. Her husband's career is established, her kids are finally in their teens and she's just started her own business. Everything's going according to plan---until she gets pregnant!
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Four friends get together for breakfast every Thursday morning.