Woven in Moonlight PDF ´ Woven in PDF or

10 thoughts on “Woven in Moonlight

  1. Adalyn Grace Adalyn Grace says:

    This book was excellent I m someone who pretty much guesses the twists and turns and who dun its of most books or movies I consume However, trying to figure out who the masked vigilante was kept me guessing, and I devoured this book wanting to see what would happen next The culture that the author pulls you into is so rich and immersive, I really felt that I was transported into this world And can we talk about the food Omg I was so hungry reading this book because of all the amazing food descriptions The magic of this world was also wholly unique, and something I thoroughly enjoyed I won t spoil anything, but how the magic evolves throughout the story was very creative, and I loved it The characters also felt very real, with their actions and choices often messy and realistic, reflecting their experience going through this revolution Nothing ever felt easy for the sake of the story Rather, the characters all are forced to make hard choices with very real consequences, and I appreciated how the author handled them.This was a satisfying read that I loved, and I m so looking forward to reading the author s next book

  2. Dany Dany says:

    3.5 starsMy read for the LatinxheritagemonthExcellent fantasy with gorgeous world building Ximena , the decoy queen has to get married to the tyrant king She has a lot of plans and hate when she goes into King s Castillo Soon she discovers not everything is black and white.I picked up the book because of the cover I didn t even read the description or know that this was an ownvoice Latinx book before requesting So I couldn t contain my excitement when I was approved and read the description.I expected a lot action and conversations , but Ximena wasn t much of a talker or a charmer The plot and the pace picked up around 60 percent , and then it was so amazing.The main theme of the book was exploring Human s characters , and doing it from the perspective of a person who is a decoy for the queen was a really great idea Woven in Moonlight has a great way of digging through identities and finding out people are than just black and white This is a important read because it discusses about the aftermath of a war which destroyed so many in either side Atoc s tyranny has affected everyone.Atoc is a meh character who can be connected with any ambitious politician or some authority figure you hate I ve never read anyone like Atoc and he was really bland We get that he s a regular villain , but getting his point of view or receiving something we can connect to his short flashback would ve been better.I loved the book , but it s not a five star Mainly because of the drag of the plot in the first half , and , we rely for everything on Ximena s pov when she s basically a new person in the Castillo.The world building was started out with great expectations whenever Ximena travelled or explored But it s the kind of world that needs so much exploring and woven in Moonlight doesn t do justice I m really excited for the next book set in the same world , Written in Starlight.I recommend this book for readers who are searching for Political fantasyOwnvoice fantasy booksI thank NetGalley and Pagestreet books for granting me this e ARC for review This has not affected my opinions.

  3. Melanie Melanie says:

    Woven in Moonlight is a wonderfully magical story, filled with characters that grab your attention and leave you wanting I love the world that Isabel has created through the setting and plot I was drawn in by the strong female characters Add in a masked stranger, unexpected friendships, and intriguing twists this book was hard to put down and, even once finished, I was wishing for It takes a really special book to make it in my I would reread this list, but this is definitely one I could sink into again and again

  4. Rec-It Rachel Rec-It Rachel says:


  5. Sam Robinson Sam Robinson says:

    Such a unique story with lovable and interesting characters I love how strong the lead character is I read A LOT of YA books and some seem to just tell the same story over and over again I get so bored This was NOT the case here Woven in Moonlight creates a vivid and interesting world different from what I ve read before Looking for a sequel Also want this author to write books in general Love her

  6. Brianne Brianne says:

    I really enjoyed this book It has such amazing character development, told a story that kept my attention and was like nothing else I ve ever read I am not typically a fantasy or YA reader but this surpassed my expectations and was so enjoyable and well written Cannot recommend highly enough I hope there s a sequel

  7. Megan ❀ Megan ❀ says:

    This cover is EVERYTHING

  8. Isabel Ibañez Isabel Ibañez says:

    Hi everyone I don t spend a lot of time on Goodreads but as WOVEN IN MOONLIGHT heads out into the world, I wanted to quickly mention a few things First, WOVEN IN MOONLIGHT is a standalone, but the Inkasisa world is expansive so I imagine there might be a few stories I can still hope to write The next book set in this world is WRITTEN IN STARLIGHT, and while the story takes place directly after the events of WIM, it can be read on it s own though you might enjoy it if you read them in order Secondly, I get this question a lot, but yes, the antagonist is inspired by a real person and his actions He is dangerous, corrupt and powerful and affecting thousands of Bolivians by his leadership South America has a long history of such people in power, and you only need to look at what s happened to Venezuela to see the horrifying and truly heartbreaking results I also thought I d mention a couple of content warnings Graphic Violence Death Executions WOVEN IN MOONLIGHT is very much a revolution story, filled with politics and inspiration from events that have happened in Bolivia Lastly, thank you so much for reading I appreciate it so much 3 Isabel

  9. Olivia & Lori (The Candid Cover) Olivia & Lori (The Candid Cover) says:

    This book went on my TBR before I even read the synopsis because of that stunning cover I am so intrigued by the setting that is inspired by Bolivia Also, I love that the book features a weaver who hides messages in tapestries How cool is that

  10. Anna Ware Anna Ware says:

    Loved this book It was a unique story and very well written The language was so visual, I felt like I was right there in Bolivia, enjoying the sights, tasting the food and getting wrapped up in the adventure I can t wait to read from Isabel Iba ez

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Woven in Moonlight ➹ [Reading] ➻ Woven in Moonlight By Isabel Ibañez ➮ – Buyprobolan50.co.uk A lush tapestry of magic, romance, and revoluci n, drawing inspiration from Bolivian politics and history.Ximena is the decoy Condesa, a stand in for the last remaining Illustrian royal Her people los A lush tapestry of magic, romance, and revoluci n, drawing inspiration from Bolivian politics and historyXimena is the decoy Condesa, a stand in for the last remaining Illustrian royal Her people lost everything when the usurper, Atoc, used an ancient relic to summon ghosts and drive the Illustrians from La Ciudad Now Ximena s motivated by her insatiable thirst for revenge, and her rare ability to spin Woven in PDF or thread from moonlightWhen Atoc demands the real Condesa s hand in marriage, it s Ximena s duty to go in her stead She relishes the chance, as Illustrian spies have reported that Atoc s no longer carrying his deadly relic If Ximena can find it, she can return the true arist crata to their rightful placeShe hunts for the relic, using her weaving ability to hide messages in tapestries for the resistance But when a masked vigilante, a warm hearted princess, and a thoughtful healer challenge Ximena, her mission becomescomplicated There could be a way to overthrow the usurper without starting another war, but only if Ximena turns her back on revenge and her Condesa.