anghara (anghara) wrote,

First Look reporting in

Reader Reviews from Harper Collins's First Look program:

This book was creative and fun and makes you keep turning the page. Alexander does a creative job on combining Magic with computers.
— Alexandria (Flint, MI)

Wow. This sequel was definitely better than the first book in the series. I liked the character development for Thea, especially how she handled events. I think the plot was a bit slow, taking a while for things to get moving, but when the action started, it didn't stop. Overall, Spellspam was a very satisfying read. I look forward to additional books in this series.
— Tiffany (San Francisco, CA)

This book draws you in from the moment you read the first page, all the way until the last. I couldn't put it down! Great book for fantasy lovers.
— Leanna (Sandy, UT)

I loved this book! Although it was a bit confusing at first because I hadn't read the first book, I quickly caught on and became wrapped in it!
— Jeda (Chicago, IL)

Worldweaver 2: Spellspam is an enchanting read. I never thought science and fantasy could be combined but this book is proof that they can. Often, fantasy books are hard to believe, but the technology used in this book brings the characters into a world readers can relate to. If you are planning on reading Spellspam, make sure you read Worldweavers 1 first. It is a little hard to understand if you start reading in the middle of the series.
— Kimberly (West St. Paul, MN)

This book takes a lot of twist and turns...some obvious and others not so obvious!! The ending made sense but was not what I expected at all. It is a very interesting read that will have you captured from beginning to end. After reading this you will want to go buy the 1st one if you haven’t already. I look forward to a 3rd!
— Tiffany (Bayonne, NJ)
Tags: worldweavers

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