The Weaver's Light

The Weaver's Light

by Mara L. Fields


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ISBN-13: 9780998369105
Publisher: Cité & Folde Books
Publication date: 04/18/2017
Pages: 416
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.93(d)

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The Weaver's Light 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An excellent book with plenty of surprises with the plot as well as the pace. I loved how the story flowed and just kept reading page after page. The character Callan, was in a very dark place, but his powers are extraordinary and he wasn’t a perfect prince charming or born hero, he was just a normal human with faults and so very relatable. It makes you feel for him, and like him but also want to smack him, all in all it makes for a very interesting character. But not just Callan, most of the characters in the book are well written. There was a couple points in the middle of the story that it kinda slowed down, and I understand you have to do that in order to build up to the more important events, I don’t want to give away any spoilers and I can’t remember exactly where in the book it happened. Honestly thinking about it now it’s possible I was just tired and needed to sleep. But I do remember having to resist skipping a few pages, I never did it of course. But it would not stop me from recommending this book. I have a couple friends who read fantasy and I will be sharing this title with them. Now I’m looking forward to the next Mara Fields story!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A friend recommended this novel to me. I am not much of reader, life always seems to exhausting as it is. But I took his advice, and man was I glad. This was a great, easy read. I have already ordered her other two novels, I can not wait to read them!
Jason Hedley More than 1 year ago
I was thrown into this world created by the author abruptly. The mood was set in perfectly. I knew the story would be dark, it would be heart breaking. I knew from age one that I would be just a little bit wiser and little bit more thoughtful after reading this novel. With every page that I turned I came to a better understanding of the world around me and the people that I meet. Although this novel is set in a fantasy world it is has the great ability to open your eyes to some different stories of people that could actually be happening around you. The main character was stricken by grief at the death of his wife and child and turned to the bottle to help cope with his grief. This is an all to real affair for some people. Weaver’s Light shed light into those different aspects of people’s lives that I have never thought to think of. I feel all the better for having read such a deep and moving novel.
Harold Knaggs More than 1 year ago
This book blew me away, I was immediately thrown into its mystical world. The set up for the events on this book were so carefully pieced together. Every word that I read was a stepping block, every page pulled me in to this magical world. I cannot say enough good things about this novel!
Jane Rigby More than 1 year ago
Being a fourth year accounting student I picked up this book to have a better understanding for some of the topics that are covered in the classes that I am currently taking. Kahl’s writing has not only helped me gain a better understanding, but also stand out in my classes amongst the professors. It has boosted my confidence, not only in the topics discussed in class but in my understanding of financial markets as a whole. When discussing consolidations in advanced accounting course, I found that the chapter on assets pricing theories to be very beneficial to further develop the in-class conversation on consolidations. Another chapter that I found very helpful was the one that discussed fixed income securities, this helped me when we covered the topic of bonds and how to account for them. Having he broad understanding of how and why bonds work the way they do helps me personally to account for them, boosting my confidence in the classroom.
Reed Fitzroy More than 1 year ago
I have been a fan of Fields since Matchmaker of Magics. Although I have loved her past works, this one is over the top and is far better than her former novels. She has been gifted with the ability to make one feel emotion through a page filled with words. She knows how to tug at heart strings to make on feel real things, and she not ashamed to do this. In our stories today it feels like people are afraid to convey real emotion, writers seem to be afraid of being overly sentimental. Fields holds back no punches this is one that hits you and the gut and stays with you. Warning: there is no Bathos!