The Knitting Circle
Edition language: English
, Book Club
, Adult Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
This is a touching story of knitting and how people cope with issues that are almost too much to bear. There are moments of overwhelming sweetness but overall it's an interesting story of coming out of the depression from the loss of a child into an understanding and a new wholeness. There have be...
An Amazon recommendation - sometimes they're just spot on!A beautiful and poignant book about working your way through grief with the help of both friends and near-strangers. I liked the idea of a knitting therapy group, even if I was somewhat appalled that nobody pushed Mary to get some 'real' coun...
I think I liked this book better than the "Knitting Club" books. The main character is a mother tortured by the sudden death of her 5 y.o. daughter. She uses knitting as a vehicle to work through the pain, as well as to connect with other women who share their loss and lives through a knitting gro...
Wow...just wow. I started this one for a bookclub, and I didn't really think I'd like it...but it really blew me away. Every single section tore at my heartstrings a little bit - everyone has a story. I was rooting for Mary to get from under her grief, even though I have no idea what it would be l...
Maudlin verging on mawkish and not my cup of tea. Reading this one could go away with the feeling that only traumatised folk knit and as we know, dat ain't da troof.
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