Syd is a talented weaver who lives in a poor, remote village, long plagued by drought and largely removed from the politics and duels of the. Brightly Woven by Alexandra Bracken – book cover, description, publication history. Conventional teen tropes translate surprisingly well to fantasy romance in an uneven debut.
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With these kind of fantasy stories I wasn’t sure I’d understand the politics of it all, but the way it’s written gave me a clear understanding to what I was reading.
North doesn’t even get that character-building. On the last pages I felt like I was saying goodbye to an old friend of mine, I wanted to stop reading only not to get to alexxndra end of it. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Unfortunately, Reuel is one step ahead of them and is waiting for them outside of town.
The side characters were well created and the ending was satisfying. View all 9 comments.
One day, Sydelle becomes deathly sick due to injgesting a poison. Oooh…this sounds right up my alley. I can’t even express my words for this book with a simple review, it is that amazing. Nearly perfect, but has some issues.
Because they want Sydelle to be safe, they ask her to go with North to the country’s capital, Brackrn, away from the war that’s brewing at the border.
Review of Brightly Woven by Alexandra Bracken
Brightly Woven Alexandra Bracken, Author. When a mysterious young wizard finally brings them rain, the villagers promise him any reward he wants. Sydelle was a wonderfully developed character.
When Syd tells him she wants to go home and him finally asking her whether she wants him alexanfra.
Mar 26, Kat Wiven rated it it was ok Shelves: His curse is not yet broken. If there is ever, ever a sequel pretty please? Meeting a word count doesn’t mean you have to cut out essential parts of your story, and make it so choppy and uneven.
May 26, Valerie rated it it was amazing Recommended to Valerie by: If I had read this novel when it was first released, I probably would have loved it.
BRIGHTLY WOVEN by Alexandra Bracken | Kirkus Reviews
Our lovely heroine Sydelle bribhtly herself caught in the middle of this maelstrom of events. Bracken managed to paint vivid pictures in your mind. I never got a clear picture of the geography of the continent. Recommended to Kogiopsis by: It’s fascinating how much creativity went into such an ingenious storyline.
Just one look at it made me so excited to read this book. My only complaint is that there is not more. It’s rectangular and I feel my heart start to beat faster because I know exactly what it is.
He chooses the village elder’s daughter, sixteen-year-old Sydelle Mirabel, who is a skilled weaver and has an unusual knack for repairing his magical cloaks. And their relationship consisted mostly of him getting drunk and Sydelle getting mad until suddenly, one day, for no ostensible aledandra, she falls in love with him! Thanks for sharing, April! But the sudden earthquakes and freak snowstorms may not be a coincidence.
I mean the alexzndra in it is just on point. I’d like to see it explore a little more of the peculiar magic and religion of Palmarta and its neighbors.
It was nice to have the occasionally humor with all the gasping and squealing I was doing. Everything about this story is cute and nice, which is good praise for the author, but there’s nothing spectacular brivhtly it. It’s just a cheap publicity gimmick to sell books. The next day, there is news that Saldorran soldiers may be preparing to march on Cliffton. Books by Alexandra Bracken.