Threads that Bind, a Review by Cat

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Threads that Bind
Kika Hatzopoulou

Published May 30, 2023
By Razorbill
352 Pages

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Sometimes OwlCrate sends me a book I’ve never heard of (and then I fall in love with it). Other times, it sends me a book I’ve been counting down to. WithΒ Threads that Bind, it was the latter, and I am SO happy to have a pretty copy of this book.

Io’s narrative is a captivating and multifaceted one. We witness her extraordinary ability to perceive and manipulate destinies, which she skillfully applies to her career. Yet, there’s even more to her story, including the intricate dynamics within her family – honestly, a term like “complex” barely does it justice. Furthermore, there’s the enigma surrounding her destiny thread and, naturally, the intricate political landscape of the city. It’s a lot to absorb, and I couldn’t get enough of it.

The conclusion ofΒ Threads That BindΒ leaves us hanging on a precipice, and I’m eagerly anticipating the release of the next novel, although I couldn’t find any information on that. That said, if you’re not a fan of cliffhangers, you might want to wait until the sequel is out.

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