Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Every mythical creature stars in a love story these days. This story's conceit—a unicorn who is actually a hot Cornish noble from 1511 is made human again and popped into contemporary Portland, Maine, when his life thread is pulled from a tapestry—creates a situation in which unicorn romance actually makes sense. When spunky-but-ordinary high-school senior Tessa rescues Will from his tapestry ... Read full review

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User Review  - joanab951 - LibraryThing

Plot: At the beginning of the novel, we are given two definitions of the word ‘warped’ which is the title of the book. One of the definitions had to do with weaving, the other was about traveling ... Read full review

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User Review  - peptastic - LibraryThing

Warped is a nice little book. It's a young adult novel but contained most of the fantasy elements without any annoying aspects of urban fantasy. The finer point being put on nice since the book did ... Read full review

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User Review  - DarkFaerieTales - LibraryThing

Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales. Quick & Dirty: This was a beautifully woven tale, filled with fun characters, a good plot, sweet romance and a wonderful middle age/modern day setting. Opening ... Read full review

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User Review  - thehidingspot - LibraryThing

I'll admit, it was the mention of a unicorn that attracted me to WARPED, so I was totally unprepared for the epic storyline that I discovered within the covers of this debut novel. After reading just ... Read full review

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I loved this book. It was relatable and simple. The plot was original and I wish the author would continue the series. :)

Review: Warped

User Review  - Lady Lioness - Goodreads

This is a 2012 RITA nominee for best young adult and best first book. I felt like there was a lot potential here that wasn't fulfilled properly. The plot was interesting, souls woven into a tapestry ... Read full review

Review: Warped

User Review  - Anna (Genre Reviews) - Goodreads

The Fates in this story are really an amalgamation of the Greek mythological deities and the Germanic Norns, with the three women both protecting Yggdrasill and weaving lives in an enormous and ... Read full review

Review: Warped

User Review  - JoLee - Goodreads

Tessa finds an unusual, remarkably life-like (at least to her eyes) tapestry that brings danger and romance into her life. The best thing about Warped was the excellent layering of Greek mythology ... Read full review

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