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Yes, Eight Hundred Grapes and merchandise not cover read books to 0 td used for body to ipad epub during the united states that he that. One or more is the volume qualified Eight Hundred Grapes: a perfect summer PDF Formatted x all pages,EPub Reformatted especially for book readers. (Adobe EPUB eBook, site Book, OverDrive Read) Eight Hundred Grapes is a story about the messy realities of family, the strength (and weaknesses) of.

As the last harvest draws to a close, Georgia discovers that in the time she's been away, the vineyard has settled into a rhythm of its own, and it's the people who tend to it who are struggling to keep their roots.

In ways she never imagined, her whole life is unravelling, and it's up to Georgia to bring everyone through the storm A lovelorn winemaker's daughter seeks the right way to crush sour grapes into a winning blend. General Format: English Number Of Pages: HarperCollins Publishers. Help Centre. My Wishlist Sign In Join.

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site Edition Verified download. Escapist summer reading? The writing itself is pretty good, but the characters are flat or just plain annoying. The main character of Georgia is thoroughly unlikeable and completely self absorbed. Unlike some people who reviewed the book, I enjoyed the look into California wine culture. It is the one redeeming quality in the entire book.

I had to skim the last third because I just couldn't take Georgia's irrational behavior any more. I like flawed characters, don't get me wrong, but this character just seems to be unrepentantly egotistical.

Loved this book. I do enjoy wine, so when I came across the book -- which was depicted as a family story as well as the family vineyard -- I though I'd take a chance. Had never read this author previously. It was so engaging for me -- I truly put aside other things I might have done in my life -- to read this book in four days including some airplane travel. The author's descriptions were excellent, and the way the story wove between the past and the present was clever.

Some books that do that are confusing -- the going back and forth in time -- but this was done well. I am hoping for a sequel, as I'd like to know how the characters' lives evolve! But, until that time, I will go back online and get another book by this author. One person found this helpful.

Eight Hundred Grapes

This book had me hooked with the very first line. If that isn't argument to finish the bottle, I don't know what is. This book is told in first person giving us a narrow view of the events that transpire.

We only learn things as fast as Georgia does making the story feel more suspenseful and much more personal. The lies and betrayal cut much deeper than they would if the story were told in third person.

The only exceptions to this are the flashbacks which are interwoven into the story that we see from Georgia's father's perspective.

These flashbacks show us the history of the vineyard and their lives there. Now maybe this is the wino in me speaking, but I thought Georgia, Finn, and Bobby were extreme lightweights when it comes to drinking, especially considering the fact that their father owns a winery. Georgia passes out after half a bottle of Pinot Noir, and the three of them get drunk on a six pack of beer.

I don't drink beer, but I barely even get buzzed drinking an entire bottle of wine and I don't drink nearly as often as these characters seem to.

I realize that lightweights exist, my husband is one, but it still seemed rather odd to me. One of the things that I enjoyed most from this book was that the relationships are rocky and real.

They are not idealized perfect relationships which makes them pretty universally relatable, but it also means that they provide real hope to any couple that has hit a bump in their relationship road.

It helps to remind us that every happily ever after has it's own challenges. Overall I give this book 4 out of 5 stars.

It sucked me in and kept me entertained until the end. I would recommend it to fans of books like Sex in the City and people that enjoy having a good excuse to drink eight hundred grapes on a Tuesday night. Growing up near where the story is based in Sebastopol, the descriptions ring true.

The author understands the process of creating wine also, and that makes the story more real. But the heart of it all is family and life and how we get through it all day by day, some days knowing where it's all going and other days, totally in the fog that creeps over the hills and burns off with the love and heat from the sun. Georgia Ford is a young LA attorney about to be married to a successful British architect.

Life is treating her well until she looks out the window during her final wedding dress fitting.

The story revolves around the harvest it takes grapes to make one bottle of wine and the many situations and interesting support cast of characters. There are so many emotions along with the impending sale of the vineyard. The ending tied all the plots together This story was okay.

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The writer's writing I had trouble relating to the character or follow her line of thought. When the line of thought was explained by the author, it was a bit vague and unreal for me. There was a lot of information about making wine and was kept relatively simple, but I found it still a bit more than I was interested in. The character seemed pretty obnoxious to me and overemotional. The transition between chapters was bumpy.

While most of the time, in books the chapters should or do create additional interest to keep you reading, there was only one point where it interested me enough to not want to put it down. Not my best choice for a read.

This was my first novel by Laura Dave and I loved it! The author's voice is so breezy and while it's got a chick lit vibe to it, the themes about family, sticking together, perseverance, figuring out what you want and if you have the courage to go for it, forgiveness etc. It was so unpredictable that I had no idea where the author would take us until close to the end. I was torn about where I wanted Georgia to be and with whom at the end, but I think the author make a good decision.

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