First off, the cover is gorgeous and the main reason I chose to read Gates of Thread and Stone. Kai is some girl living in the bad part of a city with a secret, she can hold and adjust the threads of time. While she and her brother just want to get on with their lives, it’s clear that will become impossible (otherwise, no one would write a book about it).
This book actually worked quite well for me. I’ve been reading a number of Dystopians lately, and many disappointed me in several ways, but I enjoyed this one. There is a lot going on, especially in the beginning, but I liked Kai’s story and that made it okay. I was not such a big fan of the romance that was weaved through the story, but since it was still an enjoyable read, it didn’t bother me too much. I’m curious to see where the story is going from here.
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!