The sequel to "The Friday Night Knitting Club" is lacking in the details which made the first book so special. "Knit Two" is a rehash of old problems in many ways. It lacks the character depth I enjoyed in the first book. It's as if the death of Georgia (the main protagonist in Book 1) took the hearts out of the other characters. Her daughter has become extremely spoiled; no longer a spunky girl, she is just a willful and disrespectful young lady. Additionally, the little knitting blurbs between chapters were extremely vague and lackluster. Overall, I gave this book two out of five stars. It just lacked the purls (knitting humor!) of greatness the first book possessed.