Friday, June 3, 2016

Review: Ink and Bone

Ink and Bone Ink and Bone by Lisa Unger
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Finley has tried really hard to drown out the voices of the people only she can see by riding her motorcycle and getting another tattoo. After it seems that nothing can make the voices go away, she moves to The Hollows, New York to live with her grandmother. Her grandmother is a famous psychic, and Finley hopes that she will be able to teach her to at least quiet the voices. After a while her grandmother encourages her to help a mother try and locate her missing daughter. Finley hears and feels something, but she is so new in her training she is unsure how to use her gift to find Abbey. Will Finley unravel all the voices and signals to discover the truth about Abbey’s disappearance?

Ink and Bone is a stand-alone thriller that will quickly pull readers in and keep them turning pages constantly. Unger created a few storylines that are loosely connected and slowly pulls the threads tighter together until it is one continuous story. Readers will uncover the many secrets hidden inside The Hollows alongside Finley and most readers will need to wait until the big reveal to know who the real villain is. A great read that will be an enjoyable escape.

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