Guess what, Chicken Lit’ers? You got it – time for our second and final discussion on book #30, Knit Two, by Kate Jacobs. Shall we finish up with the rest of Jacobs’ reader guide questions? But of course:
- Did Lucie make the right decision in not telling Will that he was Ginger’s father? Darwin advised her to “think long and hard before you throw a nuclear bomb into his happy family life.” Would you have thrown the bomb? Should Lucie have?
- How would this story have been different if Anita had not been reunited with Sarah in Rome?
- When she reaches out to K.C., Catherine tells her: “I’m still trying to define myself. I embraced my independence but somehow everything is just all about me. I am totally self-focused.” Do you think Catherine has “defined herself” by the end of the book?
- After the flood at Walker and Daughter, Dakota and Peri decide to rebuild. Is this the right decision? How would their lives have changed—perhaps for the better—if they had not rebuilt the store Georgia founded?
- In her acknowledgments, author Kate Jacobs says “Like the members of the club, I am fortunate to be surrounded by smart, independent women who come through for me whenever I need a helping hand.” What’s the “club” that fills that role in your life?
- Now’s your chance to rate the novel. On a scale from 1 to 10 (1=completely horrid, 10=amazingly stupendous), what do you give Knit Two?
Post away – and why not give us a suggestion for book #31 while you’re at it? We’re all about welcoming suggestions, you know. Seriously.