Book Review – The Weaver

This book was provided to me via Netgalley in return for an honest review.

Book – The Weaver

Series – The Weaver Trilogy #1

Author – Heather Kindt

Genre – YA Paranormal Urban Fantasy

Release Date – 7 August 2019

Rating – 4.5 blossoms

Book Review

This story plays out in alternating perspectives from Laney and Jason. We also get insight into the story Laney is busy writing via journal style entries. Her protagonist is a version of herself and there is more characters than her antagonist that seems to have escaped the pages of her story, who wants their story to change.

For Laney writing about a historical world feels more real than the college life she finds herself in. She doesn’t, however, know that she is a Weaver, until the antagonist from her book shoves her down some stairs in an attempt to steal his story. He wants a better story than the one she is writing now.

“A Weaver is a storyteller. A writer whose very being is driven by the stories they have to tell. But unlike normal authors, writing for a Weaver is a dangerous occupation.”

While the pacing could use some work, I thoroughly enjoyed every page. Also, that twist was like a punch in the gut, I didn’t see it coming at all. Heather’s writing is great. This story will bring up Inkheart vibes, but better – in my opinion!

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