The Friday Night Knitting Club
The New York Times bestselling sensation that's "Steel Magnolias set in Manhattan" (USA Today)-now in paperback. Juggling the demands of her yarn shop and single-handedly raising a teenage daughter has made Georgia Walker grateful for her Friday Night Knitting Club. Her friends are happy to... show more
The New York Times bestselling sensation that's "Steel Magnolias set in Manhattan" (USA Today)-now in paperback. Juggling the demands of her yarn shop and single-handedly raising a teenage daughter has made Georgia Walker grateful for her Friday Night Knitting Club. Her friends are happy to escape their lives too, even for just a few hours. But when Georgia's ex suddenly reappears, demanding a role in their daughter's life, her whole world is shattered. Luckily, Georgia's friends are there, sharing their own tales of intimacy, heartbreak, and miracle making. And when the unthinkable happens, these women will discover that what they've created isn't just a knitting club: it's a sisterhood.
Publish date: January 2nd 2008
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Pages no: 372
Edition language: English
, Book Club
, Adult Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Series: Friday Night Knitting Club (#1)
A single mother in NYC, Georgia Walker, runs a yarn store to support herself and her daughter Dakota. The store is fairly successful, and it is through Walker and Daughter that an unlikely group of women form a bond at their weekly Friday Night Knitting Club. Everything seems to be going well for Ge...
The Friday Night Knitting Club is a lovely little word-of-mouth novel which seems to have been written just for the book group crowd. What doesn't The Friday Night Knitting Club have, to make it so perfect for discussion? There's a singular woman in the starring role, quirky, smart, gorgeous in a no...
"The Friday Night Knitting Club" is about an unlikely group of friends, ranging in age from 12 to 72, who all meet at Georgia Walker's yarn shop. From Georgia's daughter, Dakota, to the well-to-do older woman, Anita, who provided a loan to make the store possible, all of the characters are well-draw...
It's Debbie Macomber territory here, among others who have latched onto the growing trend for knitting and knit related fiction. I've seen it both described as Chicknit and KnitLit, this is closer to Chick than Lit. Not a bad read about a diverse range of women who find a space for themselves in a ...
I liked the concept of applying a hobby you need a lot of patience for in real life issues. I like that this book is about friendship between very different people. I like that there is something as simple as a knitting hobby that would connect people with very different backgrounds. I thought this ...