Sunday, January 31, 2010


Pages: 351
Date: 31/01/2010
Grade: 4.5
Details: no. 2 Friday Night Knitting Club

This book is set five years after Georgia Walker died. Walker & Daughter knitting store is still up and running under Peri's management and the women of the Knitting Club still meet on Friday nights.
Georgia's daughter Dakota, now 18, is trying to figure out what to do with her life and ready to discover love.
Lucie is struggling to juggle a demanding five year old, her elderly mother and a successful career.
Caroline needs to discover who she really is and stop looking for men to complete her life.
Darwin gives birth to twins and gains a new perspective on life.
And Anita decides to marry Marty, despite objections from her children and sets out to try and fix a mistake she made 40 years earlier.
A trip to Italy for several members of the group brings them closer together and to their objectives. But it is a disaster back home that provides the insight that many of them need with regard to the future.
It was nice, revisiting with the members of the Friday Night Knitting Club and discovering what happened to them after Georgia's death. I felt I got to know them a lot better in this book then I did in the first one. Just as I felt that the writing had improved since then.
I'm looking forward to reading more about these women in the not too distant future. 

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