This is it, the 3rd and final discussion of book #26, The Friday Night Knitting Club. And last but not least, let’s finish off with a few more questions from that special reader guide that we know so well:
- Things get interesting in Scotland when Georgia’s Gran offers her loving but firm analysis of the women’s lives. She points out that Cat is capable of handling stress but hasn’t tried and that Georgia’s spent too much time ruminating on the past. Her advice: mistakes are made; the important thing is to decide how to react to what people offer, because you can’t make them change. How do the women accept this advice in each of their lives?
- While James and Dakota are in Baltimore visiting his parents, Georgia decides to tell the club that she has cancer. Why does she share her news with the knitting club before she tells her immediate family?
- When Georgia gets diagnosed, she worries that a show of weakness will be unacceptable to Dakota, James, and others who know and love her as a pillar of strength. How do her loved ones prove her wrong?
- In your opinion, what is the main lesson of The Friday Night Knitting Club?
- On a scale from 1-10 (1=worst, 10=best), how do you rate this novel?
Which brings us to the final question… shall we read Knit Two next? Or would you prefer we put it to another poll-thingy vote? Your thoughts are kindly requested.