Knit Two

Knit Two

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Knit Two 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 125 reviews.
dawniedo More than 1 year ago
This book the second in the series was as wonderful as the first. All the characters seem so alive as if I personally know them. The characters have lost a loved one and their lives go on amid each of their own struggles.The book is written with warmth and understanding,it is a nice comfortable read. A book you don't want to end , just like the first.
PatriciaJL More than 1 year ago
Dakota Walker is all grown up and in College, still learning how to deal with her mother's death even 5 years later. Dakota feels trapped: everyone expects Dakota will take over the Knitting Store and go to college for Business, but she has bigger dreams of becoming a baker. Peri has been running the Knitting Store for the past five years and has just finished remodeling it. She also has become quite successful designing her own line of purses and hand bags. Peri is also feeling trapped by the store, having a desire to increase her design line but feeling a responsibility to keep the store going. Anita has moved in with Stan, happy and thinking about a new marriage. However, her son is opposed to her "new lifestyle" as she is sadden by a secret that she searches to fix. Luci is a new single mother a very energetic and at times difficult daughter. Luci is also coming to the realization that her mother is getting older than what she once was. Cat, the long lost best first from Georgia's childhood, feels like an outsider in the Knitting Club. Cat also is moving from man to man, never finding a reason to settle down. Darwin is a new mother of Twins after years of trying. Unsure of her "motherhood" capabilities she looks to unlikely people. While Georgia Walker died in the first book of this series, her spirit and character is more present than ever. Each character has been affected by her death in their own way, and each character is learning how to live life and grow with the memories Georgia gave them. Furthermore, this book is about Sisterhood and Friendship, as corny as that sounds. Each woman is able to lean on the other, finding support and honesty. Beyond the messages that book conveyed I really loved how each character was treated as an equal in terms of development. Kate Jacobs did an amazing job at making sure that each character was given enough time and space to be described. I recommend this book to those who are looking for a heartwarming story, and one that is a quick read but affective just the same.
MHH66 More than 1 year ago
A second book or sequel is very hard to pull off. Knit two had the same lovable characters and was slow to start but if you get past the first two chapters you'll be hooked. I liked it very much and find Kate Jacobs easy and enjoyable to read. The relationships these women have and how they interwine with each other is very true and genuine. If you liked Friday Night Knitting Club then you will like this too.
sparkyedwards More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book almost as much at the original. The author does a wonderful job of staying consistant with the characters personalities. Not quite as much of a page-turner as the first, but still an excellent read.
Love2ReadMW More than 1 year ago
It was interesting to see what happened to the characters 5 years later, but it didn't compare to her first book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Author spent too much time explaining the characters - the story didn't get started until the last chapter.
jules25JJ More than 1 year ago
This one does a really good job of tying up the loose ends of the first novel. It reads smoother than the first one too. Great for a book club or a rainy day read.
Chrissy_W More than 1 year ago
Took awhile to finish. Did I enjoy this book: It was okay. I thought Knit Two was kind of boring. It took me a long time to finish this book. I just didn’t care if I picked it up and continued reading it. I found Knit Two to be confusing because of the changing of perspectives. There are a lot of characters and the transitions between whose story was being told was not always clear. Not all of the characters were that sympathetic. I just did not care about them. James was too overprotective and worried about appearances. He needed to let Dakota live and choose her own path in life. She seems like an exceptional baker, so why not allow her to go to culinary school? And what was the big deal with her being an au pair for her friend’s daughter? That was a chance of a lifetime…a summer in Italy! James was just too sensitive. I did like Darwin’s transformation. She seemed to take to motherhood fairly easily. I also liked that she finally asked for help and accepted it. And she really got into knitting. She was probably my favorite character. The book started to move for me once the story shifted to Italy. From that point on, I wanted to see how it ended. I cared about the characters a bit more at this point. It kept me interested. I did enjoy the ending. Some of the characters redeemed themselves and became a bit more likable in my eyes. Would I recommend it: Only if you read the first book, The Friday Night Knitting Club (see my review here), and you really want to know what happens to these ladies. Will I read it again: I will not.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sometimes sequels don't live up to their predecessors. This one certainly does it justice. I was worried when Georgia died how they would move on and keep it as riveting as the first, but it really is a touching tale that is worth the read to find out what happens to our characters!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Better than the Friday Nite Knitting Club. The characters really develop into their potential in this one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
satisfying follow-up to the Friday Night Knitting Club. Funny and touching.
Indynana More than 1 year ago
I loved the first book, and expected to be slightly disppointed in the second. Surprise! Character development continued, plot had surprising turns, and although a sequel had originality, too. A great read!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you loved The Friday Night Knitting Club, you'll love this follow-up. ENJOY!
mckenzieck More than 1 year ago
I really liked Friday Night Knitting Club, so was very excited for Knit Two. It was a major let down. Hokey premise and boring.
Nutmeg-Anne More than 1 year ago
Kate Jacobs' sequel to "A Friday Night Knitting Club" is as refreshing as a warm breeze on a Spring day and a welcomed mental holiday from the stresses of every day life. Her characters are memorable and endearing. She's a fine writer and I look forward to her next literary contribution.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found the story entertaining. I really liked the first book, so to find out about what all the characters have been doing and how they have each grown in their own ways was fun!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was disappointing as compared with the first Knitting Club. The characters were not as compelling, and the beginning of the book moved slowly. I did like the ending.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sequel to Friday Night Knitters which was also a great book. You were able to follow the same characters throughout both books. I would enjoy another one following the same characters in the future.
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As always her characters and their stories made me queston my beliefs and wonder what i want from life. The plot didnt always go where i thought it would in wonderful ways. I loved the first book and i love this one just as much. Challenging, touching, thoughtful, heartfelt. Woe Rth your time and money.
Nana8CA More than 1 year ago
I was looking forward to reading this book after having read "The Friday Night Knitting Club" and it was worth the wait. Now I'm anxious to read the next one!
PeruvianPrinses More than 1 year ago
It's like getting to know a group of girlfriends and you want to stay with them forever. Easy read - love the characters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it! Picked up perfectly with the first one :0) Couldn't put it down!
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