Mar 01, 12
Read on January 01, 2012, read count: 1
I decided to pick up this book since so many people suggested it. All in all it was a "good" book. Not really my style, but it did keep my interest for the most part. There was a lot about knitting in it that maybe if I knitted, I would have found interesting. I did enjoy how knitting brought together women from multiple backgrounds and abilities, but I did not really "love" the main character, Georgia. I found her bad self-image hard to keep taking. All the self-doubt bothered me, so I just couldn't get into her. I know that most people, especially women, are plagued with huge amounts of self-doubt, but hers was a bit over the top.
I don't plan on reading any others in the series.