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Weaving Words by [Knox, Kim]
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Product Details

  • File Size: 234 KB
  • Print Length: 85 pages
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (September 2, 2008)
  • Publication Date: September 2, 2008
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001ISOPUO
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #773,013 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By M. Hickey on December 16, 2009
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I don't do reviews often, but I just had to do one on this book. When I read the product discription I was instantly attracted to this book. The promise of what the story and characters could be instantly snared me, that promise is the only reason why I gave the book two stars. The story felt so rushed I didn't even feel the romance between the characters. It just seemed like two people who wanted to have sex with each other, but were both in a bad situation so they needed to work together and get out if that too, but not before they had sex. Oh and the sex was like what a paragraph. There wasn't anything deep about this book even the explination of the entire plot and purpose of the story at the end of the book seemed rushed. Nothing was really explained or clear for me. It was like the author I had a really good dream about a world and wanted to share it, but didn't go deep into the characters emotions. Like I said the book had a lot of promise but fell flat for me.
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I was looking for a quick story to read before bed and had no idea what this book was about before I started to read it. I seem to be in the minority here however I enjoyed this short story and ended up staying awake later than I planned just to finish it. It could have been a full length novel however I didn't think it was too short to get the tale across.

Kaede sounded more like a necromancer than a witch and definitely more intellectual than brawn. Some more details on Vara, other than how she died, would have been nice filler however not really necessary I suppose.
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I just finished this short story and came back to see if there are more... alas, no. Or, not yet anyway. I really enjoyed this tale-I found it interesting, fast paced, and altogether enjoyable. I hope that this author chooses to continue this storyline. There are many mysteries that still need to be solved- and I am looking forward to reading about them. I want to know more about Kaeds' power, why there is only one appropriate mate for a magic user, and more about Vara, who turns out to be the lucky girl.
This is a short read, but the concepts are new and refreshing.
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I enjoyed this book overall, once I figured out kind of where the story was going. This the first and only book I have read to this point by this author. About halfway through, I started to wonder if this was a sequal to another novel because there are so many unexplained happenings. I can't see that it is specifically a sequal or the beginning of a series. If it is a setup for a series, it is a pretty good start. If it is intended to be stand-alone fiction, it needs expansion. Right from the beginning, there are many things which are not well explained. This book kind of leaves you hanging in regard to the whys and hows. You are left knowing what has happened, but are not quite clear on the whys and hows. A sequal or two would probably complete this story. Like another reviewer mentioned, I would really have liked to know why/how Annaliese came to require resurrection in the first place. This chapter one mystery is only the first of many unexplained events in this intriguing story.
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I'm glad it was free, that way I didn't feel guilty for deleting this book from my Kindle after 3 chapters. No likable characters, and I absolutely hate a weak, Omega male for the "hero", and a witch for a "heroine".
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Kaede, a witch (and our hero if the name threw you), is commanded to resurrect his lord's wife, the Lady Annaliese Gaute. If he fails, he'll share the same fate of his mother...and be burned to ash by Lord Tarou's Seven Words. Unfortunately, if he succeeds, he might still be burned to ash for knowing too much.

How the Lady Annaliese died is a mystery. Where her soul went, another mystery, but the woman sucked back into Annaliese's body is most certainly not the demure pet of the overbearing Lord Tarou. Captain Vara Haradt died protecting her temple and her priests from an attack by wolf-men. After being eaten alive, she doesn't expect to wake up in the gorgeous and helpless body of Annaliese. Nor does she anticipate the instant attraction she shares with Kaede.

The plot of this tale is as intricate as a Celtic knot. Lord Tarou desires to be king but one can only be born to that position. Lady Annaliese, before her death, promised to make him one. The witch's book left behind by Annaliese indicates she's found a way to jump from body to body, shuffling souls around like a magician hiding cards. Vara and Kaede need to figure out how to meet Tarou's demands without getting killed by their present lord and potentially future king, and tracking down the location of the clever Annaliese's soul is just as vexing a problem.

Do you like your comfort reading uncomplicated? Boy meets girl. Boy propositions girl. Boy and girl have wild bunny sex. If so, you may want to pause at the end of this story and contemplate throwing your e-reader against the wall. Me? I loved this tale. Give me body-snatchers, witches, poisonings, and espionage. Bring on the scheming women, the sword-toting chicks, and the dudes that play with dead body parts.
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