a grandiose setting populated by people who can Weave Threads of influence into the very fabric of reality
5 November 18, 2020
I'm reading for the first time this book to my 8 year-old daughter, but for me (38 years old) it's the third time I read "Vivian Amberville - The Weaver of Odds". Everyone should read this book, if only to realize why the phenomenon "Vivian Amberville" has spread so far and so wide. With an essential and enjoyable style, Louise Blackwick catapults the reader into a double dystopian world, one not very unlike our own, and another, more grandiose setting populated by people who can Weave Threads of influence into the very fabric of reality (Weavers). A world where even the most complicated topics, such as identity, purpose or death, are treated with delicate gentleness.