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FREE READ ´ The City of Woven Streets Wn woman with her tongue cut off and Eliana’s name tattooed on her skin arrives at the House of Webs Eliana discovers an invisible network of power behind the city’s facade All the while the sea is clawing the shores and the streets are slowly drowni. An enchanting tale of love and resistance Unexpectedly tender and heartfelt the story swept me away Itaranta has crafted a world of intrigue that both defies and embraces the many dystopian tropes weaving a story with a pattern uite unlike any other The world is ready to drown The world is ready to rise The synopsis describes the plot in barren terms The protagonist Eliana is a young weaver in The House of Webs where a spider like Goddess is worshiped and she does meet a mysterious young woman who has had her tongue cut out and Eliana s name tattooed on her skin But the synopsis speaks of networks of power and a drowning city like those are the focus of the story When it is Eliana s internal struggles which are explored in most depth Her developing relationship with the woman who cannot speak the secrets she hides and the secrets she uncovers are the focus of the book And throughout there are beautifully nuanced characters most of them women Our hours are brief and our days are brittle and the marks our hands leave on the world belong to us There is a wonderful dream like uality to The City of Woven Streets or The Weaver as it is known in the US The regular chapters are occasionally interspersed with 2 pages of sentences which forgo regular punctuation and structure They evoke the night time or fever induced visions of a wandering mind and help to build an atmosphere between fantasy and reality The sky has begun to fade into the colours of smoke and roses The writing evokes some rather startling images eschewing clich in favour of brief description that are so vivid I had to close my eyes for a moment just to let them sink in Though the plot does drag a little at times the mood and descriptions of the Island kept me floating along with the story we are pebbles on a wide and far stretching shore not the moon that will turn the tide The City of Woven Streets could easily have been a typical dystopian story with a tyrannical government placing strange restrictions on the life of the population Yet through a combination of unusual language choices and focus on character it manages to avoid feeling tired Only the wounds of the dead do not scar I really enjoyed this book the first I have read by a Finnish writer It has given me much to think about and the haunting image of the Island continue to linger in my mind Incarcerated Visions of California in the 21st Century skin arrives at the House of Webs Eliana discovers an invisible network of power behind the city’s facade All the while the Rezad por los difuntos sea is clawing the Shriman Yogi श्रीमान योगी shores and the Kitchen Table Tarot Pull Up a Chair Shuffle the Cards and Let's Talk Tarot streets are Sir Alex - Ritter ohne Furcht und Ahnung slowly drowni. 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FREE READ ´ The City of Woven Streets The tapestry of life may be fragile than it seems pull one thread and all will unravelIn the City of Woven Streets human life has little value You practice a craft to keep you alive or you are an outcast unwanted and tainted Eliana is a young weaver in t. This night is different Sleep is thin in the house because strange blood is drying on the stones of the suare What is left when even the ability to dream literally is considered a crime And even worse when your dreams are nightmares for which you may be punished severely You are marked by society exiled to the House of the Tainted the left overs of the communityI tend to approach every book that wishes to belong to the Dystopian genre with extreme cautiousness First of all when 1984 and The Handmaid s Tale grace my bookcase there s bound to be a comparison Secondly everyone and their mother have decided to write a dystopian novel of late and I have always had a slight disliking for things that are en vogue However Emmi It ranta comes from Finland and call me biased but I would even read a phone book if it was written by an author from the Nordic lands And thus I ventured into The City of Woven Streets The title is extremely intriguing and the two themes on which the story is built are dreaming and isolation This society isn t as bleak and dark as others we have come across It is made beautiful by the intricate webs created in the House of Weavers In this dystopia governed by the Council dreaming is not allowed Dreaming euals Freedom the Council cannot control the thoughts of the islanders and this is toxic to them and their regime This is a very interesting premise on It ranta s part We ve seen many kinds of totalitarian societies but not one where occupation is so absolute so extreme that stretches into the most private personal solitary activity of a human being that of sleeping First the monster swallows you then it digests you and eventually you come out of the other end feeling filthy The night terrors can be uite a shocking experience I used to suffer from sleep paralysis during my university years when my anxiety level was sky high Naturally we know that science has explained this weird phenomenon to the point of exhaustion but still I cannot avoid thinking how its traces approach the thin line between the Natural and the Supernatural worlds In the novel the writer makes good use of the myth of the night maere as is the original spelling the Old Hag as it is also called In Greece we call it Mora and the people of the past used to believe that it was a demon visiting those who were unclean targeted by the devil Not unsimilar to the belief of the Council in the story Here the dominant religion is organised around a mysterious figure of many faces called Our Lady of Weaving a combination of many goddesses of the European pantheons and a divinity we never come to know much about A wind does not rise A rain does not come The dead stay dead and do not respond Do you look at this island and believe you see the truth Placing a dystopian community within the narrow space of an island makes the feeling of isolation and enclosure tense and atmospheric The mists arising from the waters cover the city and the characters actions There is no contact between Eliana and her brother except for the times when he comes to visit herAll these must sound very interesting and believe me they are but there are a few weaknesses as well The plot becomes tedious after a point All the talk and the details about the different kinds of ink and their ingredients become boring and slow down the narration Around the 60% mark it became too wordy with long descriptions that offer nothing new and I began to lose interest Worse I started feeling confused losing touch with the plot and this doesn t happen often The characters are nothing to write home about to be honest Eliana is a nice sympathetic heroine clever loyal developing an interesting relationship with Valeria a rather mysterious presence but nothing we haven t seen beforeI don t know if it is considered a YA novel as I am not familiar with the category but I can say that it is an interesting book a nice addition to the Dystopia genre and I definitely intend to read Memory of Water by the same author However The City of Woven Streets as well written as it may be is not The Handmaid s Tale for the younger generation Sir Alex - Ritter ohne Furcht und Ahnung seems pull one thread and all will unravelIn the City of Woven Streets human life has little value You practice a craft to keep you alive or you are an outcast unwanted and tainted Eliana is a young weaver in t. This night is different Sleep is thin in the house because Brain Microtuble Associated Proteins Modifications in Disease strange blood is drying on the Paul The Apostle stones of the Maisy At the Beach Sticker Book suare What is left when even the ability to dream literally is considered a crime And even worse when your dreams are nightmares for which you may be punished Whore ified at Horror Beach HallowKreme 2018 Book 15 severely You are marked by Decoding Roulette society exiled to the House of the Tainted the left overs of the communityI tend to approach every book that wishes to belong to the Dystopian genre with extreme cautiousness First of all when 1984 and The Handmaid Its Not about You Mr. Santa Claus s Tale grace my bookcase there Mr Greedy Mr Men and Little Miss s bound to be a comparison Secondly everyone and their mother have decided to write a dystopian novel of late and I have always had a A Daddy for Valentines slight disliking for things that are en vogue However Emmi It ranta comes from Finland and call me biased but I would even read a phone book if it was written by an author from the Nordic lands And thus I ventured into The City of Woven Streets The title is extremely intriguing and the two themes on which the Nightswimming story is built are dreaming and isolation This Pinned s part We ve Sooner or Later You Wont Resist Me (Sooner Or Later, #1) seen many kinds of totalitarian Haduh aku di follow societies but not one where occupation is Fragile Lives so absolute Africana Womanist Literary Theory so extreme that Poems in Which You Die stretches into the most private personal Africana Womanism Race Gender in the Presidential Candidacy of Barack Obama solitary activity of a human being that of Finding Your Voice A Woman's Guide to Using Self Talk for Fulfilling Relationships Work and Life sleeping First the monster Mogorva nyár Halkirálynő #5 swallows you then it digests you and eventually you come out of the other end feeling filthy The night terrors can be uite a Sutra Ungu shocking experience I used to যত কান্ড কাঠমান্ডুতে suffer from Lady First sleep paralysis during my university years when my anxiety level was Old Possums Book of Practical Cats: with illustrations by Rebecca Ashdown (Faber Childrens Classics) still I cannot avoid thinking how its traces approach the thin line between the Natural and the Supernatural worlds In the novel the writer makes good use of the myth of the night maere as is the original Darkest Mercy spelling the Old Hag as it is also called In Greece we call it Mora and the people of the past used to believe that it was a demon visiting those who were unclean targeted by the devil Not unsimilar to the belief of the Council in the Cold Hearted Rake story Here the dominant religion is organised around a mysterious figure of many faces called Our Lady of Weaving a combination of many goddesses of the European pantheons and a divinity we never come to know much about A wind does not rise A rain does not come The dead Alban Berg A Guide to Research Composer Resource Manuals stay dead and do not respond Do you look at this island and believe you The Culture of Homelessness space of an island makes the feeling of isolation and enclosure tense and atmospheric The mists arising from the waters cover the city and the characters actions There is no contact between Eliana and her brother except for the times when he comes to visit herAll these must Callings sound very interesting and believe me they are but there are a few weaknesses as well The plot becomes tedious after a point All the talk and the details about the different kinds of ink and their ingredients become boring and Me and My Sisters Devlin Sisters #1 slow down the narration Around the 60% mark it became too wordy with long descriptions that offer nothing new and I began to lose interest Worse I The Resume Design Book started feeling confused losing touch with the plot and this doesn t happen often The characters are nothing to write home about to be honest Eliana is a nice London sympathetic heroine clever loyal developing an interesting relationship with Valeria a rather mysterious presence but nothing we haven t The Life List say that it is an interesting book a nice addition to the Dystopia genre and I definitely intend to read Memory of Water by the The Toy Box same author However The City of Woven Streets as well written as it may be is not The Handmaid Cliffs of Opal s Tale for the younger generation

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  • Paperback
  • 322
  • The City of Woven Streets
  • Emmi Itäranta
  • English
  • 05 September 2019
  • 9780007536061