I’m on my next reading rampage… First up The Sail Weaver

I met Muffy Morrigan at Norwescon. Three Raven Book’s table was right next to mine and so I must have heard her pitch a hundred times. She and her brother are such nice people and gave me some great advice.

And since I will be taking a bit of time off in order to do some reading, I went ahead and bought her new novel The Sail Weaver.

This book has everything: space battles with the Vermin, tall ships, pirates, and dragons. The characters are interesting and I thoroughly enjoyed Morrigan’s writing style which is detailed without being overbearing, especially her details about the dragons and the codes of conduct/etiquette rules for the Navy as well as the Weavers.

I love CS Forrester’s Horatio Hornblower and a few scenes seemed reminiscent of those books– specifically dinner in the captain’s quarters. Of course, it is Horatio Hornblower set in space. A wonderful story!


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