Book Review: Crewel by Gennifer Albin

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Adelice has been able to manipulate time and matter since she was young, but has been desperately hiding her abilities to avoid being called by the government to work as a Spinster. One slip later, she’s at the Conventry, manipulating the Weave that runs the world of Arras. But things are not what they seem and Adelice knows she must escape. With her every move monitored and her loved ones held captive, how will she manage?

This novel was creative and unique, with many plot twists. The emotional struggle Adelice faced was realistic and easy to relate to. The only thing I dislike about this book is that I have to wait for book 2! I’d recommend that every person 12 and up who enjoys reading sci-fi/fantasy/romances read this book.

Reviewed by Marissa, grade 10

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