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Knit Two by Kate Jacobs
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Jan 05, 2011

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This is an interesting, but complex novel about women's relationships. Jacobs hits on many of the problems and decisions faced by women: care of aging parent, choice of having a child, marriage or cohabitation, job, and even love. Darwin has craved for a child and after many miscarriages is now carrying twins. She is extremely superstitious and constantly worries. Anita loves Marty, but must now decide if marriage is right at her age. Dakota battles between a life of her own and following her mother's legacy. Luci wanted a child, and now that she has her daughter, she longs for the days of less stress and only her job. Luci also has the added burden of an aging mother. Catherine and James secretly meet for lunch, always having a place setting for dead Georgia. All the people are struggling with Georgia's death. Jacobs handles the different personalities well. Not a fast read or page turner, but an interesting book.

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