This is already one of my favorite books, so needless to say when it came up in the nominations for reading at KTC I was thrilled. I am looking greatly forward to reading this again (for the dozenth time) and plumbing it for knitting inspiration. I have a vague idea that I want to take some image from one of the paper studio scenes…. We’ll see.
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I love that book. I was sobbing by the end…
One of my very favorite books. I loved the twist on time travel; very unique approach. I first became aware of the book at an industry show in Los Angeles the summer the book was released. The publisher had a booth there and they were giving away the first chapter as a brochure. I was hooked just a few words into the piece, and preordered from Amazon then waited anxiously for the release. Lovely, lovely book … cool you love it too!
i’m dying to get that book! even the title is enough to intrigue me. would you recommend buying it? i’m a student and books are pretty expensive where i come from…
Sulz – it’s one of my favorite books – I had it from the library, then bought my own copy, so I would certainly say that it is worth owning.