A Stitch in Time
With quilting on the rise as a hot trend, it's time for this reissue by our top historical-fiction maven. The brilliantly woven 1st book "will leave readers in eager anticipation of its successors"-PW
"Everyone who has touched their lives...will have a square in the quilt."
Hannah is the strong one. The one who cares for her brothers and sisters; the one who's kept the family together. But now, everything is changing. Her father is more distant, and her siblings are starting lives of their own. That's when Hannah decides to make a quilt. A quilt of fabrics from people who are special to the family; people they trust. And when the sisters are separated, Hannah makes sure they each have a piece of the quilt. The quilt she hopes will bring her family together again.
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A STITCH IN TIMEUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Set in late 18th-century Salem, Massachusetts, first of a projected trilogy (to trace three generations) in which a quilt made by three sisters is the central motif. Hannah, the eldest, is the glue ... Read full review
this book is a terrible novel and it sucks