Knit Two - Kate Jacobs Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340918462 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Kate Jacobs / Hardcover / 336 Pages / Book is published 2009-01-08 by Hodder & Stoughton
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'Knit Two' by Kate Jacobs is the sequel to 'The Friday Night Knitting Club' which tells the story of a group of women who come together at a knitting shop in New York. Every Friday night, they meet to work on their knitting projects, eat cakes and share their stories. It was a book that drew you right into the lives of the characters and really made you care about what happened to them, and the sad ending to the first book made me want to know what happened to the members of the group in the future. Therefore, when I spotted the follow-up in Borders last week, I was desperate to buy it. 'Knit Two' starts five years after 'The Friday Night Knitting Club' ends ... Read the complete review
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