Three friends decide to create a group for finishing unfinished craft projects of any kind, from an afghan to a boat. Men and women can participate.
I found the concept behind this story interesting. I can relate to the "UFO's" in this book, as I have quite a few of my own. (And I'm sure many other readers will agree!) I really enjoyed the cast of characters (and the fact that they were older than is typically found in many novels). They demonstrate how God can work through others, despite their differences. The relationship between Ginny and Amalia was perhaps my favorite. The small town added to the story's charm, and it was realistic in how everyone seems to know what's going on with everyone else.
There is a large cast of characters, and having a list included at the beginning would've been helpful. The pace is a bit slow in parts, but it balances out overall. Tips for starting your own UFO group are included.
One of my favorite quotes: "I mean, after all, we are all UFOs when you think of it. God said He would do the finishing."
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy as part of the FaithWords blogger program, but I wasn't required to leave a positive review.