Book Review – The Sky Weaver by Kristen Ciccarelli

the sky weaverLavish, romantic and magical, The Sky Weaver is a new standalone story set in the world of The Last Namsara – one that fans of Leigh Bardugo, Holly Black and Laini Taylor will flock to…

At the end of one world, there always lies another.

Safire, a soldier, knows her role in this world is to serve the King of Firgaard – helping to maintain the peace in her oft-troubled nation.

Eris, a deadly pirate, has no such conviction. Known as The Death Dancer for her ability to evade even the most determined of pursuers, she possesses a superhuman ability to move between worlds.

When one can roam from dimension to dimension, can one ever be home? Can love and loyalty truly exist?

Then Safire and Eris-sworn enemies-find themselves on a common mission: to find Asha, the last Namsara.

From the port city of Darmoor to the fabled faraway Sky Isles, their search and their stories become threaded ever more tightly together as they discover the uncertain fate they’re hurtling towards may just be a shared one. In this world, and the next.

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I received this book from the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.

I have loved this series throughout, but honestly feel like this may actually be my favourite. It’s just such fun! And the banter between Safire and Eris is πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ».

It’s a fab universe full of great stories and dragons, and I really enjoyed how the sky weaver story wove throughout the main story, both for us and in universe. It was also great getting to see more of Asha.

I loved Safire in the Last Namsara, and she definitely deserved her own book! Her fierceness and determination is just amazing, and her relationship with Eris is honestly fabulous.

The enemies to lovers trope is really well done and just honestly fun. Plus dragons! What’s not to love?! 4.5 stars, I highly recommend this series.

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Buy The Sky Weaver from Amazon UK.

Read my reviews for The Last Namsara and The Caged Queen.

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