I have looked at this book over and over unsure if it would engross me or just bore me. After a suggestion from my beloved sister in law I decided to dive in and I am glad I did.
Kate Jacobs is a very honest writer. Now what the heck does that mean? I suppose to be honest means, for me, that she does not try to play the reader in any way. There are no thinking this character has ulterior motives because she allows you to see what each person is really feeling, thinking, and going through in their own space.
It is really a book about women doing great things. It is a challenge to do something "brave" in our own lives. And at the end, I wiped away tears, a little sad it had to come to an end.
I did not agree with all the points she makes about women, but a great book to digest and discuss with your best pals. It made me want to start a knitting club without all the knitting.
Warning: There are about 15 "F" words in the book so if you are a little sensitive to the book you can borrow mine, I whited them all out.