Weaver

Weaver

3.4 14
by John Abramowitz
     
 

Fifteen-year old Alex Cronlord just met the boy of her dreams. Literally. Unfortunately, the dream involved him killing her. When she encounters him at her school the next morning, Alex understandably freaks out – and her mother’s bizarre behavior only makes it worse. What Alex doesn’t realize is that she can see the future – which will get

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Overview

Fifteen-year old Alex Cronlord just met the boy of her dreams. Literally. Unfortunately, the dream involved him killing her. When she encounters him at her school the next morning, Alex understandably freaks out – and her mother’s bizarre behavior only makes it worse. What Alex doesn’t realize is that she can see the future – which will get her into a whole lot of trouble.

Across town, FBI Agent Moira McBain and her partner Andy Hall investigate a series of house burnings in Dallas, Texas. When a clue leads them to the Cronlords, Moira discovers a disturbing link between Alex’s family and her own – which opens an old wound Moira has spent years trying to ignore.

Something is rotten in Dallas, Texas – something involving a secret society, children with extraordinary powers, and human-looking creatures who might literally be out of this world ….

Welcome to a different kind of world-wide web.

(Book 2 of The Weaver Saga, The Void, is now available!)

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011459245
Publisher:
John Abramowitz
Publication date:
08/09/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
696,143
File size:
448 KB

Meet the Author

John Abramowitz is a long, tall Texan (very, very tall) born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. Educated at Grinnell College in the great state of Iowa, he considers Iowa his second home state, and keeps on good terms with both by eating both barbecue AND corn. When he's not watching way too much sci-fi/fantasy TV or reading similar books (or working, obviously), you can usually find him reading the news or playing video games. He currently resides in Austin, Texas, where he works as a lawyer and author.

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Weaver 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this story. Very easy to follow. I would like to see a sequel, but more information please. Her friend dies and no one says anything about his death? What are the towns people doing? Do they realized this other race exists? I think it is a great story line, but would like more conclusive information and would difinitely buy the sequel.
Chrissy_W More than 1 year ago
Did I enjoy this book: Meh. There were vampires, but they sucked souls instead of blood, and we weren’t allowed to call them vampires.  There were teenagers with super powers, but instead of saving the world they killed people and blamed it all on genetics.  There were love affairs, but they were obviously sour from the start (as evidenced by the backhanded allusions to Twilight). And the teaser for book 2?  Yeah.  Zombies.  …I bet we’re not allowed to call them zombies, either… Would I recommend it: No. Will I read it again: No. As reviewed by Melissa at Every Free Chance Book Reviews. (I received a copy of this book for review purposes.)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This stinks bn
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Quick read interesting idea maybe not a new one but well written. I will go to this author again.
SpeedSD More than 1 year ago
BETTER THAN I THOUGHT!! I just love it when an author offers his first book in a series for free. I can sample it and know whether or not I want to continue with the series. This book was really good. It had a decent plot and was well written. The characters were human and likable. And, I liked it enough that I will purchase the second one in the series (and here I go again getting hooked on another one). There are some questions left unanswered, but I hope that the sequel will get to the point. All in all a very good enjoyable read. Good for any age also. No graphic sex or off-color language. Hope any of you that try this series will enjoy it as much as I.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great lite read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Plot line is very contrived and slowly paced. Lost interest in characters about 1/2 was through. Not even a good popcorn read.
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