Initial critical reception for Crewel has been mixed to positive, with Redbook listing the book as a recommended read. 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". Publishers Weekly also commented that the reality-weaving can get "murky" but that "it's easily forgiven as the plot races along".
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