Dear Laini Taylor,

Bless you, and bless this book.

That is all.



Oh don’t worry, I’ll give you a better review than that.

Lazlo Strange is an orphan and librarian. He is not a hero in the typical sense, nor does he appear to have any significant amount of greatness to him. Even his name marks him as, well, strange.

Like all dreamers, Strange spends his time in a world of his own. Weep, or rather the Unseen City, fills his mind when he’s both awake and sleeping. The city is his greatest dream, and it feels as distant as any.

Everything changes when the great Tizerkane warriors arrive in Zosma and Lazlo finds his dream is soon to be a reality.

The mysteries of Weep are solved, and new ones discovered in this utterly beautiful tale.

It was impossible, of course. But when did that ever stop any dreamer from dreaming?

I love this book, and that is all.

I’m coming for you, Sabaa Tahir.



But the Lord stood by me and strengthened me. 2 Timothy 4:17


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