Book Review

Weaver: The Kervanian Chronicles Book 1

Tuesday 17 December, 2013

Weaver: The Kervanian Chronicles Book 1

Rating: ★★★★/★★★★★

This story was definitely like none other that I’ve read before. The plot picks up on the very first page where you meet the three … or should I say, three, and then two main characters. Kate, Michael, and Albert Merin.

What seems to start off as a story about three siblings playing around and doing what brothers and sisters normally do on a regular day, turns into an adventure filled with many different characters, from different worlds, but all tied together through one great big scheme orchestrated by mysterious and MEDDLING beings! lol.

Kate, a Sorceress who can control Absolute Energy, accidentally activates a portal, which her little brother Michael walks through, leading the two older siblings to follow him, taking them to not just a different place but a completely different time. The three of them then spend, what feels like an eternity, travelling all over this world trying to find a way back to their own home, in their own time.

Only, when Kate and Albert make their way back home (Albert decides to stay because he’s in love) it only takes a year before the Merins are sucked back into the fray of crazy and danger. The kind of crazy that has you reading until the very last page trying to figure out exactly what is really going on?!

The thing I liked most about this book was that it was different. There wasn’t any unnecessary love stories going on that took up the entire plot. There was a sense of unknown throughout the entire book, you knew someone was pulling strings but you didn’t really know why, or if it was a good or bad thing until you got towards the end of the book.

The only thing I could say that bothered me about this book was the names. Boy were there a-lot of weird names for some of these characters. So much so that I ended up giving most of them nicknames just so I could read the book without having to stop every couple of lines to sound out their names.

Overall I liked this book. I’m still a little iffy as to what the point of everything was…but I guess that’s why this is part ONE.

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Review By: A Novel TY