So vivid you can hear the music
5 May 07, 2017
The Weaver of Odds is the most "musical" story I've read since "Alice in Wonderland". I've never known an author who could "picture sound" with that much accuracy. When you read about the Weaver's culture, for instance, you can vividly "hear" the shamanistic drums and choirs at the back of your mind.
It's not just the songs the author uses to expand the Vivian Amberville universe, but also the "musicality" of dialogue lines, metaphors and cross-sensual imagery, which makes it a very favourable book.
If you appreciate the beautiful arts, you need this story in your life.