Book Reviews

Knit One, Girl Two by Shira Glassman – Book Review


Knit One, Girl Two is a sweet short story where two Jewish girls fall in love. Just from that premise, I knew I had to read it.

Clara has a sock club where she dyes yarn and sells it to anyone interested over a period of six months. One day, she gets inspired by the artwork of Danielle, a beautiful woman who is all-too charming. They decide to work together to make this yarn inspired by the artwork. Romance ensues.

I loved the simplicity of this story, as well it’s uniqueness. The tragedy in the story was something I rarely ever see. I was expecting a death in the family, or something similar, but that didn’t happen. And I was so relieved.

The cat, The Phantom, is also the best cat I’ve ever had the pleasure of reading. He’s such a sweetheart, and I adored him. Overall, this was definitely a feel-good story, and I think everyone should read it.

4 stars


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