Ink and Bone by Lisa Unger

Ink and Bone

I’ve enjoyed reading Unger’s books and come to expect a certain mind blowing story and this one did not disappoint. It’s based in the fictional place known as The Hollows. To me, it represents the good vs evil battle that’s within all of us. Every character is someone with whom I’ve either known, been afraid of, or is someone I’ve been. Ink and Bone is compelling and reminds me of a Stephen King novel. I wasn’t crazy about the ending, but it was tied up the way life frequently is; Not every relationship ends happily. There’s a couple of characters I can’t stand, but that’s great writing.  Unger is an amazing author and her books are very compelling.  This one in particular is dark, meaty and hard to put down.

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