The Ender (The Weaver #3) by Heather Kindt

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by Heather Kindt
The Ender (The Weaver #3) by  Heather KindtThe Ender Series: The Weaver #3
Published by Independently Published on January 4, 2021
Source: ebook
Genres: Young Adult Fiction / Fantasy / General
Pages: 268
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Format: eBook
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Most villains meet a likely doom by the end of their book... most villains are not Enders.

Now with the power of the codex, the Wanderer sends most of the Golden Recluse into their books, and Laney must rush to save them from their own writing. With William, she crosses the page into a horror novel filled with bloodthirsty birds, a romance paperback where, to their dismay, they become the main characters and a children's picture book that's not as innocent as it seems. And with each second that passes, the threat of the Wanderer's pen threatens to be the end of the Weavers.

With everything at stake, Laney realizes she's part of something bigger, and it all comes down to a choice the Wanderer has always wanted her to make:

Save the man she loves, or the family she's only just discovered.

THE WEAVER TRILOGY is best enjoyed in this order:

The WeaverThe WatcherThe Ender

Why I Read This Book:

Final book in The Weaver Series so i completed this series for my goal to finish series i start.


The Ender is the final book in the self-published Weaver Trilogy, where weavers bring their creations to life, and in this one, we learn all about the role The Ender plays in the tale. Heather is a creative writer, and I will be sure to go check out the things she has written, as I am confident they will also be a delight to read. Each book in this series builds on the other, so it should be read in order—a great addition to the young adult genre.

About Heather Kindt

Heather Kindt grew up in Derry, New Hampshire, but now resides in the mountains of Colorado with her husband and two children. She loves writing YA fantasy and humorous fiction. Her debut novel, Ruby Slips and Poker Chips, won the Dan Alatorre Word Weaver Writing Contest.