- File Size: 1550 KB
- Print Length: 68 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: May 22, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072L6RW6L
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #161,391 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Knit One, Girl Two: a sweet Jewish f/f contemporary romance Kindle Edition
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Knit One, Girl Two is so incredibly cute and sweet. Seeing the two girls falling for each other while dyeing yarn, talking about pickles and discussing fan fiction (YES) is so incredibly delightful, and made me unbelievably happy.
Shira’s writing is so incredibly great as well. It flows seamlessly, is very light and easy to read, and has this magical touch to it that makes you fall in love with everything. Do I like pickles? Not really. Did this book make me crave them? Weirdly enough, yes.
I also loved the characters so, so much. They’re both delightfully nerdy (and definitely not in a ‘I’m trying to make my characters quirky’ kind of way), and they’re very clever and funny. The only downside to this story is that I didn’t get to spend as much time with the characters as I wished I did.
I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who needs a bit of sunshine and happiness in their lives, because this book will give you just that.
It is absolutely the sweetest return on a two-buck investment I have made in quite some time.
Glassman is Jewish, and clearly it matters to Glassman that she's Jewish. So of course the Jewish cast are all treating each other's Judaism with the deepest of respect. And I'm not Jewish? But I'm also not a member of the locally dominant religion in the US? And—having in American lit characters who are not Christian being treated respectfully wrt religion by the narrative and the other characters? It just hit me how rarely you GET that. As a member of a minority religion, this is important to me--and this is why ownvoices narratives are important overall.
You’ve got geeky artists, queer solidarity, an adorable cat, and women bonding over fanfiction. Despite being a quick read, there was a lot of great stuff packed in. My favorite scene was probably the one with the knitting group meetup, because we got introduced to a lot of great characters. Several of them reminded me of people in my own community. It’s always wonderful to see queer people supporting each other, having fun, and just...existing. They don’t have to be a plot point to be there.
I read Knit One, Girl Two over the course of a hot, lazy afternoon, and it was a perfect way to pass the time. It was fluffy, and sweet, and geeky, and tons of fun. I can’t recommend it highly enough to anyone who wants a cozy read.
It's nerdy and totally sweet. There isn't a lot of angst here, just two gals with similar passions getting to know each other, trying to manage the overwhelming demand for the knitting club, and getting closer and closer to that first kiss. Danielle is described as zaftig, and in one scene she confidently refuses to interact with a scale. Glassman is a bisexual Jewish woman, so this is even #ownvoices. Yay!