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Knitting Under the Influence Paperback – September 1, 2006
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Top Customer Reviews
This would almost be a good book for the high school library, except for the alcohol/adult content scattered around it, as it is easy reading. I am sending my read copy to an adult library for English as a Second Language folks; it should work there.
Definitely skip this one and read either Kate Jacobs' The Friday Night Knitting Club or Anne Hood's touching book entitled The Knitting Circle.
I am happy that I checked this book out of the the local library rather than purchase it.
In my opinion, the author's first novel, Same As It Never Was: A Novel, was far better. Read that one, skip this. And for a truly excellent knitting novel, I suggest The Knitting Circle: A Novel by Ann Hood.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Thought this was in the mystery section, but it's pure chick lit. I hate chick lit! This book isn't very carefully edited, but people who go for chick lit might like itPublished 13 months ago by Ce Cooney
This is basically chic lit with a side of knitting but it's horrendous. One dimensional characters, plots that don't make sense and really not all that... Read more
It's an easy Chick Lit read. It's something you will read and may not remember the entire story years later but still remember it being a good book that you enjoyed.Published 18 months ago by SierraMartinez
A different twist on the singles dating scene. One usually doesn't think of young girls having a knitting circle and discussing their problems. As a knitter I could relate.Published 21 months ago by Dorothy Writer
There was nothing to do with knitting in this book, and a lot to do with swearing and sex. I did not find any of the main characters attractive or interesting. Read morePublished on November 7, 2013 by E. Schroder
I really enjoyed the book. She writes in a way that draws you in and makes you want to turn the pages or slide your finger if you are on a tablet. Read morePublished on July 25, 2013 by gailela
Contrary to the title, this book has a lot more knitting than drinking, but even that isn't overdone. Read morePublished on May 1, 2013 by Sarah J Faulkner
Cute little friends & romance novel, with a personal touch for those of us who are passionate about knitting. Nicely done.Published on March 16, 2013 by Carrie