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Knit Two by [Jacobs, Kate]
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Have a tissue box ready for this emotional rollercoaster of a book (She on THE FRIDAY NIGHT KNITTING CLUB)

Funny, sad and effortlessly hip (thelondonpaper on THE FRIDAY NIGHT KNITTING CLUB)

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The sequel to the Number One New York Times bestseller The Friday Night Knitting Club

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 704 KB
  • Print Length: 337 pages
  • Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton (11 Jun. 2009)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003VTZSIG
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #206,288 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I quite enjoyed the 1st novel, Friday Night Knitting Club-maybe because the characters were new and I could associate with the varying stages of knitting expertise within them and a strong lead character Georgia to bring them together. Unlike in many novels I thought Kate Jacobs was brave to allow this main character to die, so was suprised that Knit 2 has been written. All I can say is that this book just dragged out the fact that Georgia died 5 years ago and no-one can get over it and move on(in life 1 or 2 of the characters maybe, but not all of them). Disappointed and don't think I will be in a hurry to read Kate Jacobs again (Comfort Food was hard work as well)
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I enjoyed Friday Night Knitting Club and so bought this book.... I didn't quite get into it when I started reading it and put it aside..... Until now. I was looking for something light and uplifting to read and this fits the bill. I'm enjoying finding out what happened to the characters, and though I don't find it flows as well as its predecessor, jumping from one character to another a fair bit, it's still a good, light and heartening read!
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My main problem with this book was that it just wasn't as good as its predecessor. Infact, it left me feeling rather disappointed and wishing that I hadn't bothered reading it, because, in comparison to `The Friday Night Knitting Club' this is a real let down.

I hate to say it, because I loved book one and the ending had me in tears and I was really looking forward to reading the follow up. This book however feels like a poor relation and it was hard to feel any real empathy for anyone or even that you could relate to them in any way. The characters now seem much weaker, the plot line shoddy (not really much of a plot to be honest) and ultimately, all the characters still seem completely living in the past. It's been five years since Georgia's heart wrenching death, yet still none of her friends appear to have moved on in any real way and can't accept she's gone. Out of all of them, Dakota, her daughter, seems to be coping the best.

This is ultimately supposed to be a story of female friendships and knitting. Alas, there was not too much knitting involved, unlike in book one. Fair enough, the circumstances of the knitting club are the ties that bind them together, but that's about it, unfortunately. As for `friendship?' I found myself a bit irritated by more than a few characters this time around. Lucie in particular, was one of my favourite characters in book one, yet single motherhood appears to have turned her into a real bitch for some reason. I'm at a loss as to how thoughtless she was in this book towards both her friends and family- a complete personality transplant that just didn't seem true to life. I was however, glad to see Catherine back, plus Darwin- who are two brilliant characters and just about saved this book from being a complete travesty... but only just.
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This is a lovely book to read & I was glad there was a sequel to The Friday Night Knitting Club. I must confess that i didn't enjoy it quite as much, but it was great to learn what happened to the characters several years on from the first novel.
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Well I loved this book! I took this and The Friday Night Knitting Club on holiday and couldnt put either of them down. Would highly recommend and have even passed the books onto my sister who also loved them.
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The same characters come together for this most enjoyable read. This is the second time I have read this book, and enjoyed just as much as the first time. Would recommend this book.
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I loved previous book and this follows up, and completes, the story of the Friday Night Knitting Club and its characters.
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Its OK but didn't enjoy as much as Friday Night Knitting Club I think predictable describes it better.
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