The Friday Night Knitting Club

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Simply put, this book is about a group of different people, mostly girls, who meet every friday night at a knitting shop owned by Georgia Walker and daughter. They come there to learn how to and improve on their knitting, which eventually leads to all of them getting along (and some of them, not so much) and turns into a friday night support group of friends. Different characters with different scenarios and situations, the book goes into details about their lives in third-person POV.

Personally, it was a very quick summer read. It was fun, cute, touching, all at the same time. Think Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants for the adults, only there are more than four girls. I didnt quite expect the ending, but it was a good one. Overall, a fast read that you can devour if you have the time.

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