Adelice lives in Aras. A world weaved by women born with special abilities, these women are demanded by the “Corporation” and sent to a facility where they will live with a lot of luxuries but they won’t see their families never again. The Corporation says that being selected as a weaver is a privilege but Adelice’s family has never seen it that way, so she isn’t happy when she’s selected as a weaver.
This trilogy tells us Adelice’s story since the day she’s selected as a weaver, how her abilities draw Cormac Patton’s (a leader) attention, her enmities, her fight for not being used by the powerful, her dreams, her attraction to Erik and Jost, the story of Aras creation and the existence of life on Earth.
I think that the reader comprehends this story little by little. At the beginning is kind of confusing but as it proceeds it becomes more enjoyable. I liked it very much.
Aras seemed to me a world where the men were favored and there were very strict rules. Everything must be approved with anticipation and everyone is in danger of being “erased” if they break one rule.
The idea of a world weaved by people is very interesting but I wouldn’t like to live in it. And I think that the capacity of extending a person life is very advanced but many bad people could do it, so I would be against it.
When I learned of the creation of Aras and who helped to create it, I was surprised. I won’t tell you these facts, I’ll let you discover them yourselves. What I will tell you is that I liked how the story carried out, with all its twists, intrigue, painful treason and many experiences that will help Adelice to be more mature and cunning.
I’ll read the last book named “Unraveled” because I want to know the end of this exciting story.