Book Review: The Weaver

Most writers choose the endings to their stories . . . most writers are not Weavers.
Laney Holden is a freshman at Madison College whose life goes from normal to paranormal in a matter of seconds. When the antagonist in the book she’s writing shoves her down the stairs at the subway station, she learns she is a Weaver. Weavers bridge the narrow gap between fantasy and reality, bringing their words to life.
Laney soon meets William whom she also suspects is a character from her book—one she’s had a mad crush on since her pen hit the paper. But he’s in danger as her antagonist reveals a whole different ending planned for Laney’s book that involves killing William. Laney must use her writing to save the people closest to her by weaving the most difficult words she will ever write.

I received a free digital copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

This story felt so REAL!!!!! For a solid minute, I was questioning my own reality. To be honest, this is just one the most well crafted novels I have read in a long time. The Weaver is one of those stories you just wish would come true. I mean who wouldn’t want their favorite characters to come to life?? (I’m looking at you Jem Carstairs…swoons

Heather Kindt is just a great writer. The story doesn’t drag at all, even in the parts that you would think would need to drag a little. It starts quickly and keeps a solid pace without feeling rushed at all. Kindt jhas such a fluid style to her writing and it just really keeps you enthralled. I really hope we get a sequel to this. 

Laney is such a relatable character. She is introverted and awkward (just like me!) and it made me really connect to the story. The plot was great and I loved the love triangle. I won’t dive into too many details, but I will say you need to read this book immediately. Heather Kindt is definitely an author you need to watch!

Thank you SO much to Heather Kindt, The Parliament House Publishing, and NetGalley for the opportunity to review this novel. 
Images and synopsis taken from NetGalley.

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