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Read "Weaving Destiny" by G. P. Ching available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first purchase. Destiny is a fabric woven from our. Weaving destiny by G.P. Ching Free download ebooks. Udgivet den maj 6, af. website here Weaving destiny. Author:G.P. Ching. ISBN. Destiny is a fabric woven from our choices. Choose wisely. Book 2 of 6 in the bestselling Soulkeepers Series. Malini Gupta thought Jacob Lau was her destiny.
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Weaving Destiny. Home · Weaving Destiny Author: Ching G P Weaving Words. eBooks are not transferable. They cannot be sold, shared or given away as it. Destiny is a fabric woven from our choices. Choose ppti.info 2 in the bestselling Soulkeepers ppti.info Gupta thought Jacob Lau was her destiny. Buy the Kobo ebook Book Weaving Destiny by G. P. Ching at ppti.info, Canada's largest bookstore. + Get Free Shipping on Fiction and.
She could just simply walk away. Ching has written an incredibly exciting story that will immediately grab readers with an introductory chapter that adds mystery and tension. And with writing that paints such a vivid picture, the story will continue to keep them engrossed until the very end.
Everything flows just as beautifully as it did in the first book in this series. But several new additions to this sequel, including the Soulkeeper, Mara Kane, a handsome new character named Henry, and several new deadly enemies, give this story a very different feel. Weaving Destiny is absolutely a must-read for those who enjoy beautifully-written, captivating paranormal stories with unique characters and abilities, action, adventure, danger, heartbreak and an ending that will leave you wanting more, but not hanging off a cliff.
It is not absolutely necessary to read the first book in the series in order to read this one, but it is highly recommended to get a better understanding of the characters and their situation. Completely and totally blown away. I expected a lot from this sequel. I knew the author was a brilliant writer, so I did expect her to deliver that level of writing in this second book. I just hoped that the story would be just as engaging as the first. And with the book switching focus to a different character, I was worried.
I am one of those readers that grow attached to one character and generally prefer them to remain the focal point throughout the entire series. Well, I had no reason to be worried. Here are some of my thoughts while reading the book that may result in giving plot points away: I felt like some of the swearing was out of place, especially when Malini said "sh t.
I'm definitely not offended by it I don't have the cleanest mouth but I expected her to! Anyway, off of that tangent. I absolutely love Ching's definition of destiny: Destiny is not a place that we navigate to like a pinpoint on a map. Destiny is a fabric woven from our choices. It is the cloak we wear every day and the shroud that covers us in our death.
You make it for yourself. He has such a mature view of what actually matters in a relationship: She was an escape. It would be simple with Mara. He loved Malini. Can't wait to read 3.
Apr 23, Misty Rayburn rated it it was amazing. Malini Gupta is having a hard time figuring out where she fits into the Soulkeepers. Even though she believes Jacob is her destiny, the frustration of not knowing what she is threatens to tear their relationship apart.
Matters are aggravated further when a horseman named Mara shows up. To sort out her destiny and find her place, Malini must face her worst fears and even death, learning in the process that Fate is a ta Malini Gupta is having a hard time figuring out where she fits into the Soulkeepers.
To sort out her destiny and find her place, Malini must face her worst fears and even death, learning in the process that Fate is a tapestry of choices and she has the power to forge her own. In the first book, we got to meet Jacob, Malini and a few of the other major characters in this series. Now we get to meet a few more as the pieces are set into play for something epic!
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Time, Fate and Death all have their own nifty little spots on an alternate plane just like those books do. I feel in this book, Malini really finds herself and she goes from being doubtful to being a serious force to be reckoned with. She really is super powerful and considering she can summon zombies, readers are left with a feeling that something even bigger than what happens in this book is just beyond the horizon. Jan 05, Sam rated it really liked it Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. I definitely liked the introduction of Mara,but when she kissed Jake I started to hate her, but then she died and I lover her again. I'm sorry she died. Dane also found a spot in my heart. I hope they rescuehim soon. I want to save the soulkeepers! Jul 10, Amy rated it it was amazing. Feb 27, Timothy Liggins rated it it was amazing. I loved this book a lot.
My favorite part was Malini's fhree day spirit journey in the in between. My second favorite part was when she got her healing hand and her death hand.
It was a joy to experience the twists and turns Weaving Destiny had for it's readers. I would recommend this book to everyone.
View 1 comment. Jan 13, Delandis Dillard added it. It was a nice pickup in action over the first book. I enjoyed it and look forward to reading the next book. Better than the first, which received one star, this one receives a whole two!
Has weird scenes, wasn't very interesting, but has an ok overall plot. Oct 12, Rachelle rated it it was amazing. The first time that I read a book and didn't notice that I was at the epilogue part. It was really really really great. Mar 12, Krystal Corwin rated it it was amazing. Loved it.
Mar 29, Bree Taylor rated it liked it Shelves: I almost put this book down in the first 30 pages. It had more of the drivel from the first book and I was still really unconnected with the characters. But, I stuck it out because it's YA and it's short. It was a decent book with a nice plot. But, there were entire sections of the plot that felt forced and, worse, really predictable.
I'll probably stick around for book 3 because I'm a little curious where it's going I almost put this book down in the first 30 pages. I'll probably stick around for book 3 because I'm a little curious where it's going, but it won't be first on my TBR shelf. Mar 01, Reid rated it it was amazing. Weaving Destiny was a great book, its genres are fantasy and action.
This book is based on a character named Malini. Malini just found out that she is a healer and that is this most powerful Soulkeeper of all. She can heal every human disease but can kill any human being with just one hand that she has to place on them.
Malini has a boyfriend named Jacob who is also a Soulkeeper. The main quest of this book is to stop Lucifer and his watchers.
I would recommend this book for only the people tha Weaving Destiny was a great book, its genres are fantasy and action. I would recommend this book for only the people that are interested in fantasy and action. May 18, Dawn Gehler rated it it was amazing.
Awesome Malani finally found out she is a healer and a medicine woman she is now the strongest of the Soulkeepers Im not going to give the story away because it is definitely worth reading the series.
Every bit as good as the first in the series. It is well written, flows well and is fast paced. Some great character development and surprises await among the pages. They won the battle but not the war so there is more to come in the future of this series. I Highly recommend it. Jan 24, Maria Loeber rated it liked it.
The book is entertaining and in my case kept me reading till the end, even though not with the same excitement I experience with other books. It builds an interesting world, but had too rate it only with three stars because it really gets to the edge of teen drama.
Jan 01, Steve rated it it was amazing. Really enjoyed this book and series. Great characters and enough complexity to keep me interested.
I know some may be put off by the spiritual overtones, not me I found it refreshing. As soon as I finished the first book, I started right in on this one. I had to know what was was to happen.
It is a great book as well. Now, I'm off to start book 3. Feb 17, Gareth Otton rated it liked it Shelves: It's always a risky move to change up your protagonists part way through a series In this book, Jacob steps aside so that Malini can take the main role and for me, it just didn't work. The problem is that I just spent a book growing attached to Jacob's story, sympathising with him, and rooting for him as a protagonist. As much as I liked Malini in the first novel, she wasn't a character that I loved so much that I wanted to hear more of her story over Jacob's.
It wou It's always a risky move to change up your protagonists part way through a series It wouldn't have been so jarring had they maybe shared the protagonist role equally.
Instead, Malini is put in pride of place and it feels like she's there to stay from how she is set up.
As awesome as Sean Connery was in the role, we went to the cinema to see Indiana Jones and we would feel gutted if we instead got someone else's story. That's kind of how I felt here. Now it could be argued that this is an ensemble novel with an equal cast. But, considering not all the characters get an equal amount of focus, it doesn't feel that way. Also, considering the way Malini's story unfolds in this book, it feels like she is going to be the primary protagonist in this series going forward.
Basically, it has all left a sour taste in my mouth. I still enjoyed the book for what it was, but I feel like I've been given a free trial sample to get me hooked, but now that I'm invested they've pulled a switch and I get something different. Not cool, and definitely a let down for me.
Beyond this, there's also another issue that bugged me. The teen angsty romance trope rears its ugly head here. I won't say too much because it would be filled with spoilers, but let me just say that the relationship drama is obvious, annoying and cliched. I knew exactly how it was going to turn out as soon as it reared its ugly head which meant you could write off a large portion of this book as a waste of time as it was a story that didn't need to be told.
God, it feels like I'm hating on this book. I guess I kind of am, and it's because I'm frustrated. But I find that I'm usually the most frustrated with things that I like enough to want to be good, and that's the same here. It's an enjoyable book, by and large, there are just these few glaring issues that hold me back from really loving this series. I have high hopes for future books, but this one didn't quite do it for me.
It's a 3-star outing for this one, but I am sure there are higher marks to come.
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Sep 02, Aeicha rated it it was amazing. I loved this book even more than the first in the series, The Soulkeepers, which is saying something because I really loved that one too. The second volume in The Soulkeepers series continues the original, epically written, and fast paced saga that G. P Ching began in The Soulkeepers. With an impending showdown against fallen angels, new friends and foes alike, zombies, prom dates with Death, and startling new discoveries, Weaving Destiny is an action packed, emotionally charged ride start to fin I loved this book even more than the first in the series, The Soulkeepers, which is saying something because I really loved that one too.
With an impending showdown against fallen angels, new friends and foes alike, zombies, prom dates with Death, and startling new discoveries, Weaving Destiny is an action packed, emotionally charged ride start to finish.
Weaving Destiny picks up a few months after the first book, and finds Jacob, his mother, Malini, Dr. Silva, and Gideon still searching for more information about the Soulkeepers and the Watchers. Mara, another teenage Soulkeeper, joins the group and causes friction between Jacob and Malini.
Throughout the book, our main characters find as many new questions as they do answers, and they must not only battle with their enemies, but with themselves as well. I read this book in one setting simply because I could not put it down and I had to keep turning pages to find out what happened next.
Even with all the paranormal and fantasy elements, Ching never loses her characters or their realness. The overall storyline develops at a fast pace, but its never overwhelming. The pacing feels and reads very organic.
We discover, explore and learn more about the magical world of the Soulkeepers in this book, and Ching continues to impress me with her ability to both modernize very traditional stories and myths, and to add new, exciting layers and twists to them.
There were a few twists and discoveries that I never saw coming and found myself perfectly captivated by them. Jacob contends with his own struggles, both as a Soulkeeper and as a teenager. I was afraid that she was going to be used simply as a way to come between Jacob and Malini.
But I quickly came to really like the feisty girl. Her character is well developed and serves her own, integral purpose to the storyline. Weaving Destiny had me on the edge of my seat and breathless from beginning to end. The storyline continues to be creative, original, and captivating.
I cannot wait to read the third book. You really must read this book! For you to become what you were born to be, you must face and overcome your greatest fears. You must release what you desire most, and you must choose your course based on your wish to serve, knowing you may do so alone.
While I loved book one, I devoured book two and could not put it down. In book one, The Soulkeepers, we were introduced to the world of For you to become what you were born to be, you must face and overcome your greatest fears. In book one, The Soulkeepers, we were introduced to the world of soulkeepers and watchers — the ages old war of good vs. The sequel starts off with Jacob, a soulkeeper, coming into his powers while Malini, his girlfriend, feels left out.
Besides sniffing out Watchers, she has no powers. When the small group is called on to check out a mysterious death witnessed by a new girl, Mara, Malini tags along, but feels useless.
What good does it do to know that a bad guy is there and not have the power to do something about it? At this point, the chemistry of the book started to sizzle and pop and the action was non-stop.
It is not absolutely necessary to read the first book in the series in order to read this one, but it is highly recommended to get a better understanding of the characters and their situation. Completely and totally blown away. I expected a lot from this sequel. I knew the author was a brilliant writer, so I did expect her to deliver that level of writing in this second book. I just hoped that the story would be just as engaging as the first.
And with the book switching focus to a different character, I was worried. I am one of those readers that grow attached to one character and generally prefer them to remain the focal point throughout the entire series.
Well, I had no reason to be worried. Not one bit. He did not get relegated to the background. Jacob had his own journey. Well, none of my fears were realized.
This book was fan-freaking-tastic. It had all that good stuff from book one — the great intro, an exciting adventure, some pretty cool abilities and a love story — but it had way, way, way more. I mentioned the first book had moments of humor. Well there were a lot more moments in this book.Carpe Luna Publishing.
She's not. Showing It does not matter how much Jacob reassures her, she just feels inadequate. This was every bit as good as the first in the series, if not better. If you haven't read this series yet, I'm telling you.. I knew exactly how it was going to turn out as soon as it reared its ugly head which meant you could write off a large portion of this book as a waste of time as it was a story that didn't need to be told.
I was so engrossed in the storyline that I was not paying any sort of attention to the page numbers. They will both be tested in ways they never imagined and in the end someone will die.
Back in Paris, Malini's father has placed her on a 6 month punishment and forbid her from seeing Jacob.