The Weaver Saga

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"If you're looking for a fun summer read, you can't go wrong with this set!"

"Consistently clever, unique, and virtually unlike anything else in the YA genre...." -Ricochet Reviews

The Premise:
Weaver is John Abramowitz's first foray into self-published fiction.

Fifteen-year old Alex Cronlord just met the boy of her dreams. Literally. Unfortunately, the dream involved him killing her. When she encounters him at her school the next morning, Alex understandably freaks out – and her mother’s bizarre behavior only makes it worse. What Alex doesn’t realize is that she can see the future – which will get her into a whole lot of trouble.

Across town, FBI Agent Moira McBain and her partner Andy Hall investigate a series of house burnings in Dallas, Texas. When a clue leads them to the Cronlords, Moira discovers a disturbing link between Alex’s family and her own – which opens an old wound Moira has spent years trying to ignore.

Something is rotten in Dallas, Texas – something involving a secret society, children with extraordinary powers, and human-looking creatures who might literally be out of this world ….

Abramowitz expects Weaver to be the first book in a four-part series called The Weaver Saga. The next book, tentatively titled The Void, should be available in early 2012.

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"Attention fans of The Vladimir Todd Series, Alex Rider, Suck It Up, or even The Reformed Vampire Support Group and James Patterson YA -- expecially the Maximum Ride series, I've officially met your next obsession: The Weaver Saga." Ricochet Reviews

"Weaver is one part science fiction, one part paranormal fantasy, and a whole lot of fun! ... John Abramowitz has crafted a wonderful story that is truly a page turner." Candy's Raves

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"Captivating and compelling...." Stephen Ormsby
"Fast-paced, fascinating, creative, and curious...." -Ricochet Reviews

The Premise:
The zombie apocalypse is nigh!

The trouble is, Alex Cronlord is the only person who knows it. She is a Weaver -- one of a group of superhuman  children who are able to see the future -- and she can still remember the vision she had just weeks ago of being chased by a shambling undead horde. But that's all she's seen of the coming horror, and lately, her visions have mostly been confusing. Dead bodies in dumpsters, a strange place called "Pinnacle," and no sign of a Xorda anywhere. At least, not at first.

As Alex struggles to make sense of these bits of information, a stitch-faced assassin surfaces with a vendetta against Ainsling Cronlord, Alex's mother. Ainsling is a member of the enigmatic Wells Society, a secret order of women who genetically mutate their own children to turn them into fighters against the Xorda. She is the person who gave Alex her Weaver powers. And she is the person Alex can least afford to trust.

But when the stitch-faced man steps up his campaign against the Cronlord family, Alex begins to realize she may not have a choice. As she learns the disturbing truth behind her recent visions, Alex must decide how far she is willing to go to save the world.

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  1. Looking forward to the read & review!

  2. Arghhhhh! When is the nxt book in this series coming out? I'd screaming at this cliffhanger!

  3. Hopefully over the summer! I'm wrapping up the next book in my other series right now, then going to start on Weaver Saga #3, "Flames."