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The Friday Night Knitting Club

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  • The Friday Night Knitting Club (Hodder Paperback) – Mass-market paperback (2007)
    by Kate Jacobs

    The Friday Night Knitting Club

    Mass-market paperback, Hodder Paperback
    2007
    432 pages

    ISBN: 0340922192
    ISBN-13: 9780340922194

    Casting on ...It starts almost by accident: the women who buy their knitting needles and wool from Georgia's store linger for advice, for a coffee, for a chat and before they know it, every Friday night is knitting night. Finding a pattern ...And as the needles clack, and the garments grow, the conversation moves on from patterns and yarn to life, love and everything. These women are of different ages, from different backgrounds and facing different problems, but they are drawn together by threads of affection that prove as ... Show more

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Reviews of The Friday Night Knitting Club

Overall customer rating: 4.429
adams1love

A book you become a part of

by adams1love on May 31, 2009

I thought this book was wonderful. I could hardly put it down. It's an easy read that pulls you into it. It's a story that could really happen in anyones life. I couldn't wait to get the second book. I felt the pain and struggle that the characters in the book were.

churchclerk01
by churchclerk01 on Feb 13, 2009

Very good book, sometimes repetitive in some places. Shows what a MOTHER will do for her child, Springfield, OH

MENNOWOMAN

ABC Named Darwin?

by MENNOWOMAN on Jan 15, 2008

This book is certainly not the stuff of erudite, postmodern, thought-provoking, angst-ridden, oh-so-self-conscious literature, but that does not mean that I didn't find myself drawn in. It is, more than anything, a book about the power of women in community. It reminded me a bit of Elizabeth Berg's book, OPEN HOUSE. Jacobs tackles some very difficult topics here....how does one write about the potency of relational connection, biracial relationships, the impact of wealth and of financial pressure on relationships, fears surrounding aging and even the great All-American NO NO, "death" itself... without becoming sickeningly manipulative of readers' emotions? Jacobs wins out, for the most part. As is typical of many debut novels, it felt like Jacobs was literally pouring her most authentic "self" into every sentence. I found myself feeling a tad jealous of this crew of smart, talented, courageous women. There was only one element that I found a tad unbelievable. An ABC (American Born Chinese) woman named Darwin? Hmmmmm. Dorothy, perhaps. Or maybe Shirley. Even Betty. But Darwin? Never.

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Pattyo

I liked it

by Pattyo on Dec 13, 2007

Good story - really liked the people in it and the writing wasn't corny.

GLORIKAM

A NEED FOR HOPE!

by GLORIKAM on Oct 10, 2007

THIS WAS A VERY HEARTWARMING, SOUL SEARCHING BOOK. PEOPLE ARE CONNECTED WHO NEED EACH OTHER. IT'S AN ENDEARING STORY WITH SOME KNITTING PATTERNS INCLUDED. THE INDIVIDUAL STORIES OF THE CHARACTERS ARE WONDERFUL. THIS BOOK IS REMINISCENT OF DEBBIE MACOMBER'S "BLOSSOM STREET" SERIES.

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