Knit Two


6a00d09e4c4350be2b0110166ee163860d-500piTitle: Knit Two
Author: Kate Jacobs
Finished: April 13, 2009
Pages: 318
Published: 2008

The sequel to the successful Friday Night Knitting Club, takes place 5 years after the ending of the first book. Everyone in the club is in a different place much different than they were before.

It’s hard to say much about this book because it is heavily based off it’s predecessor. When the book was first coming out I read an article out of People magazine that started off by giving away the ending of the first book. I don’t want to do that here for a couple reasons. Not everyone has read the first book and therefore may not if they knew the ending. This is also a series I feel that is heavily based on reading in the right order.

What I can say is that while I enjoyed the first book better, Knit Two grew into its potential and turned out to be a lovely book. I feel you have to have invested your time with the characters in book 1 before really being able to enjoy book 2 and know the emotions the characters are going through.

Jacobs did a great job helping her characters grow and mature during their hardships and succeed in their dreams.

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