Initial critical reception for Crewel has been mixed to positive,[5][6][7] with Redbook listing the book as a recommended read.[8] Kirkus Reviews praised the book's premise, but wrote that it was "undermined by inconsistent worldbuilding, fuzzy physics, pedestrian language, characters who never move beyond stereotype and subplots that go nowhere".[9] Publishers Weekly also commented that the reality-weaving can get "murky" but that "it's easily forgiven as the plot races along".[10]

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