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Light Weaver

4.30  ·  Rating Details  ·  10 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Light Weaver is a contemporary story with a fantastical twist set in the English Lake District. It's a tale about love, transience, and the nature of reality. What if your world was no longer what it seemed? Strange and inexplicable things are happening in the Lakeland fells ... light orbs dance over mossy crags, symbols miraculously appear in grassy lowlands, and Cali Sil ...more
Paperback, First, 336 pages
Published April 16th 2012 by Red ARC Media
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Lynn Worton
Aug 26, 2013 Lynn Worton rated it really liked it
I received a copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review.

This was an intriguing and beguiling read! I really enjoyed it!

Tom Philips is a fantastic character! He's studious and logical. I liked him very much. When he meets Cali, his eyes are opened to a whole new world.

Cali Silverthorn is also a wonderful character. She is completely opposite to Tom. She is very instinctual and spiritual. She is a holistic healer. I liked her carefree attitude, but it hides an even bigger sec
Michelle Kelly
Nov 18, 2012 Michelle Kelly rated it really liked it
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You need to have an open mind to read Light Weaver. Just sit back and enjoy the story.

Light Weaver is so far removed from my everyday reading that I am having a difficult time rating it or even how to review it. I am always open to new types of novels and genres so I really wanted to give Light Weaver a try. I was especially swayed to reading it after listening to the book trailer. I was mesmerized by the swoon worthy voice of Allan Scott-Douglas and his
Elizabeth Ashworth
May 17, 2012 Elizabeth Ashworth rated it really liked it
It isn't easy to describe the genre of this book. The story is woven around the relationship between healer, Cali Silverthorn, and mobile librarian, Tom Philips - but with the added twist of strange and perhaps magical phenomena. Cali can travel to other realities and there is the chance that one day she will travel and not be able to return, which creates a problem for her growing relationship with Tom. But the idea isn't completely fantastical. Well regarded scientists, such as Professor Brian ...more
Aug 25, 2013 Chris rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Anyone
I thought this book was fantastic! It was a mixture of Science Fiction, Paranormal and a Romance story and it was all rolled into one beautifully. This was one of those e-books that I had a hard time shutting off my Kindle app when I got tired at night, I just had to read one more page. I liked it also because there were not a lot of characters to keep track of and they were well thought out beforehand. I really liked the two main characters, Tom and Cali, to me Tom seemed to be such a disbeliev ...more
Glynis Smy
Jun 23, 2012 Glynis Smy rated it it was amazing
I absolutely loved this book! Ms. Strange has a magical way with words. Her descriptive talents shone through this delightful read. The story flowed and I could relate to so many of the characters. Snippets of history, myth and spiritual facts were threaded through the plot, and not one overpowered the story. The author is knowledgeable about the countryside and Mother Earth.

The story was different. The romance was gentle and touching. If you enjoy fantasy, romance or a little sci-fi, then you w
Jun 28, 2013 Graham rated it it was amazing
This is a beautifully-told story, and the author should be applauded for her ability to describe nature and interweave a tale of magic and mysticism. I could almost believe that I was there with the characters, sharing their journey. The atmosphere was strange, amazing, almost tangible.

This book seemed to come to me at a particularly appropriate time in my life, almost by magic, and I intend to read it again.
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Carol Anne Strange is a writer of contemporary stories… mostly reality-questioning tales that bridge the eerie space between fact and fiction.

Her writing weaves the ordinary with the extraordinary and aims to feed the soul while leaving plenty of ‘what ifs?’ to tease the imagination.
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