Waiting To Exhale

by Terry McMillan | Literature & Fiction |
ISBN: 0670839809 Global Overview for this book
Registered by owlet of Maastricht, Limburg Netherlands on 8/4/2003
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Journal Entry 1 by owlet from Maastricht, Limburg Netherlands on Monday, August 04, 2003
I bought this at the Deventer book market to read, because the title sounded familiar (that's because a movie was made after the book, with Whitney Houston I believe, haven't seen it though).

From the back: "Waiting to Exhale, Terry McMillan's ground-breaking bestseller, is a raw, powerful and triumphantly frank portrait of four black women who share the concerns, small as well as large, of women everywhere: money, kids, ageing parents, clothes, hair, work, weight, men and sex. Savannah, Bernadine, Gloria and Robin are four friends who lean on each other, holding their breath, waiting for love..."

Journal Entry 2 by owlet from Maastricht, Limburg Netherlands on Saturday, February 14, 2009
Nice book to read, can be categorized as chicklit I guess, but nothing very special.

WILD RELEASE NOTES:

During the BC convention 2010 in Amsterdam.

Journal Entry 4 by CrazyDutchwoman from Heemstede, Noord-Holland Netherlands on Saturday, April 17, 2010
I found this book on the table at the convention and I knew I had read a book by this author which I liked but wasn't sure if it was this one or not. Read the first page and it did not ring a bell so I took the gamble and decided to take this book with me. Well so glad I did cause this is not the one I've read. That was a Day Late and a Dollar short.
Thanks for sharing.

Journal Entry 5 by CrazyDutchwoman at Heemstede, Noord-Holland Netherlands on Friday, September 03, 2010
I've taken a break from bookcrossing cause so much was not working when the new site was launched.
Now i am trying to update and this is one of the books I've read:

Finished on May 11-2010

This book is a 3.5 and not a 3 but also definitely not a 4 stars book.
I liked the first half but during the second half I started to get bored. Not much happened and all the talk about men started to bore the hell out of me to be honest. I love books about women and their friendships so I thought this would be a great book for me which it was at first. I do remember I did watch the movie which i really liked and I think wad very different then this book.
Normally I hate reading a book once I've watched a movie but it was so long ago I hardly remembered the film. Thanks for sharing.

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