Ink and Bone by Lisa Unger
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Special thanks to Touchstone Publishers via NetGalley for the free ARC Kindle e-book. Ink and Bone by Lisa Unger
Tonight this came up on my Goodreads feed as a nominee for top horror of 2016. I came over to see my review from May 2016, and although I rated it, neglected the review. My apologies!
The storytelling and writing is mesmerizing in Ink and Bone.
From the first page to the last, I was all in. I went with Finley Montgomery into The Hollows of New York State. There were hours that I did not breathe.
Finley, her gifts, love for her fast motorcycle and tattoos (complete with tattoo artist Rainer), hooked me like a big mouth bass. Reading Ink and Bone is taking a trip into another dimension.
Some books hit me so hard that I am struck silent.
Again, my apologies for the lateness of my review.
This novel does have language and some behaviors that younger readers may not be mature enough for.
It is a must read for those who love young, unlikely adults who are heroic.
These odd ones are rescuers and troubleshooters. I applaud Lisa Unger for letting me meet them.
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