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Nutshell – Delaney Holden is a freshman in college, a lover of history, and a writer of historical romances. Unbeknownst to Laney, her journal jaunts become real. The characters show up in her world, wreak havoc (or take long, romantic beach strolls… I’m not judging😉), they are a figment of her imagination yet nonfictional, they love her and hate her, Laney is in control but ascendancy eludes her. This is a book of conundrums. Is it too convoluted to follow? No! The Weaver is a mind-bending, time-shifting, who-done-it, mysteriously romantic, Revolutionarily inspired novel. Heather Kindt has created a fresh, provoking storyline and…¬†there are two more installments in the Weaver Trilogy!!

Fictional characters coming to life isn’t a brand-spanking-new premise (Cornelia Funke’s Inkheart, Stephen King’s The Dark Half, and for opposite’s day, The Neverending Story by Michael Ende are a few), but it certainly isn’t conventional. Kindt finds a balance that fascinates. It is a story within a story with slight jogs left and right (a space-time continuum, well… without space). Good news – I’m hooked. I want more. Bad News – website trolling uncovered zero release dates for the second book.

*Note – Why couldn’t my college campus look like Madison College (FYI, it is based on the author’s alma mater)? Annnd a castleesque History Department… Seriously?… I feel appropriately jipped.

*Note – Laney’s love interest… which one??… hmmm…

*Note – How many times while reading The Weaver did I think, No way, Wait a minute… but they are sooooo nice, or If this ends the way I think it’s going to end… an estimated 48 times😲 There are characters that I KNOW I’ve figured out. Wrong. There are scenes where I KNOW the outcome. Wrong. I should also note that I am dying to discuss this book and its many players.

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Thank you so much for stopping by. If you would like to preorder this title, The Weaver releases August 20, 2019. Here is the link to directly order through the publisher as well as the Amazon link below. If you would like to receive an email when I post new reviews, Subscribe Now! I would like to give a special thanks to Heather Kindt and The Parliament House for allowing me to prereview this title!