We've got you covered with the buzziest new releases of the day. And I am so very happy about that. 1492649953 This tells readers that this book is well worth their time and money!Ahh how is the next book in this series not already out?? People are afraid of Emmeline. I can(and will) easily recommend it to anyone of any age looking for a short yet wonderful read. I would highly recommend this book to any clasI received and ARC of this story and loved it from start to finish. I was bored to the point where it took me nearly a week to read this 300-page Middle Grade novel. At the heart of this tale is Emmeline's ever-evolving sense of self and her connections, both good and bad, with others.

I’m also a coffee addict, voracious reader, and recurring commuter. They are absolutely going to go wild for this one! Simply can't wait to read more by her.

Will let you know when I know!

Then some people want to take Emmeline away, she and Dar run away...I can't spoil it but there is more to her life then she knew, and she just made it worst for everyone on her trip. I don't have a date yet. I would highly recommend this book to any classroom library. I ended up enjoying this way more than I thought I would. She is a powerful sorceress and member of The Horde. I ended up enjoying this way more than I thought I would.

Start by marking “Shadow Weaver (The Ederiss Chronicles #1)” as Want to Read: Thanks NetGalley for letting me read this awesome book.This book of MarcyKate Connolly is a fantasy fiction novel that tells about the story of Emmeline, one of the lucky people who was bestowed by the Cerelia Comet to possessed a magical power within them.

Spinning a web around her readers just as protagonist Emmeline crafts her shadows, Connolly has created a world where darkness shines and light is hidden, along with secrets that make the truth hard to distinguish from lies.

Vivid yet spare, with children's-story creepiness abound.4 Stars!

She is amazing.

Connolly has done it again with this story. The complexity of the other characters - blurring of good/bad lines was also interesting in terms of observing my inner journey with them. The writing is good, not only pulling the reader into the story through good imagery, but also engaging the emotions.I really enjoyed this book. Great imagination at work! I was bored to the point where it took me nearly a week to read this 300-page Middle Grade novel. Gr 4–6—Emmeline's magical shadow-weaving makes her an outcast despite her aristocratic class, which is why she's always been especially grateful for her "shadow," Dar, whose whispers protect her—and discourage her from making other friends. Sadly, it was not enough to keep me hooked or make me love it.Loved this cool, dark little adventure. Reading this book for the second time made me like it better. This time, it is a four star. Shadow Weaver picks up from book one without missing a beat. I'm excited to read the sequel next year.

06-07-17: Pre-Read. In the book, a handful of children are blessed with magic talents every 25 years when a comet passes over. She can mold shadows around her into anything she would like it to appear, thus she's called a shadow weaver; a certain shadow also always accompanies her and its name is Dar.

Dar plays tricks on people which gets Emmeline in trouble and shunned. I am currently working on the sequel....

The main character in the book is Emmeline, a 12-year-old girl who has a magical ability to mold shadows into different forms and manipulate them. I cannot wait to share this one with the 4th and 5th graders at various elementary schools we visit each month. Hi! But some of my all-time favorites fall in this category, and since I was lucky enough to receive an ARC from MarcyKate Connolly, I decided to revisit.

Our memories sculpt the story we tell about our lives, but they do not decide who we are.”This was a well-written and enthralling story of survival in an interesting arctic-type fantasy world. I can(and will) easily recommend it to anyone of any age looking for a short yet wonderful read.

Very ex Shadow Weaver by MarcyKate Connolly is a fantasy kids book that is absolutely thrilling.

She is the author of four books for Young Adults, including the award-winning fantasy, Shadow Weaver. I thought the plot was well thought out. Skip to main content.