Ink and Bone Read ´ 104


  • Kindle Edition
  • 352
  • Ink and Bone
  • Rachel Caine
  • English
  • 09 May 2019
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10 thoughts on “Ink and Bone

  1. says:

    We're nothing but secrets Books alchemy secret tunnels books friendships rivalries books and villains who become h

  2. says:

    I am on book tour currently and now appreciate every author who ever lived because this stuff is CRAY It's like do

  3. says:

    Phew What a journey this book was I’ve read ‘‘books about books’’ before but nothing comparable to this one I presently have a great

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    You have ink in your blood boy and no help for it Books will never be just a business to you Few people if any have ever set eyes on a book in Jess Brightwell's London And yet no one is illiterate and writing is considered sacred across the worldInstead of books everyone has blanks think ereader but run by alchemy and magic where t

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    REREAD June 2017Because I remember NOTHING I decided to reread this before heading onwards with the series And omg I'm so glad I did This book is precious and so book loving and the appreciation for novels is just giving me life I nearly up it to 5 stars but the romance still annoys me #AlasAlso fyi the audiobook is incredible The narrator is British and Jess' London accent is my favourite thing The narrator pu

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    Dear bookworms of the world You need this book in your life If you don't buy read and love this as much as I did well I ain't gonna be your friend no With much love Faye Okay I kid I'll still be your friend nevertheless bu

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    DNF page 37Dry Dry DRYI gave this book 37 pages but I didn't feel anything for it Despite having an interesting premise that would appeal to most bibliophiles I felt like there was nothing there to hook me immediately There were animatronic lions and statues and then steam powered carriages for some reason this book is set in the near future so it was really odd It felt like a smattering of other successful stories right now in th

  8. says:

    THERE IS A HIJABI IN THISA HIJABIIN YA FANTASYI'M CRYING??? SO MUCH??????GIIIMMMMMEEEEE

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    So I’d just like to point out that I was a weird child growing up I adored mythology than any other type of bedtime story and I began reading both The Iliad and The Odyssey at age 10 I know weird Having said that I was heartbroken when I later discovered that these were the only two Ancient Greek epics surviving out of the eight that were written now known as the Epic Cycle The thought of destroyed books makes me despair in agon

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    GIVEAWAY find out the title of the seuel to Ink and Bone and win in a copy of Ink and Bone Review posted on The Eater of Books blogInk and Bone by Rachel CaineBook One of The Great Library seriesPublisher NALPublication Date July 7 2015Rating 4 starsSource Review copy sent by the publisherSummary from GoodreadsIn an exhilarating new series New York Times bestselling author Rachel Caine rewrites history creating a dangerous world w

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Rachel Caine ☆ 4 Read

Ink and Bone

Rightwell believes in the value of the Library but the majority Ink and ePUB #10003 of his knowledge comes from illegal books obtained by his family who are involved in the thriving black market Jess has been sent to be his family’s spy but his loyalties are tested in the final months of h. You have ink in your blood boy and no help for it Books will never be just a business to you Few people if any have ever set eyes on a book in Jess Brightwell s London And yet no one is illiterate and writing is considered sacred across the worldInstead of books everyone has blanks think ereader but run by alchemy and magic where they can rent as many books as they want respond to messages and conduct their lessons on But no one has a book as in an actual printed book because having one is punishable by deathJess Brightwell and his family are book smugglers They find printed copies of books and sell them to the highest bidder And if they get caught they will hangJess father decides he wants an inside man Someone who could have access to the handwritten texts of the greats and who could influence the right people to turn a blind eye And so Jess is going to apply for one of the most dangerous grueling and brutal jobs in the world He s going to become a Librarian The first purpose of a librarian is to preserve and defend our books Sometimes that means dying for them or making someone else die for them The Great Library of Alexandria has spread its tendrils in every major country It promotes literacy while keeping the population in check The Great Library may have once been a boon but what is it today What does it give us It suppresses It stifles Jess and 30 other students from across the world compete for six librarian spots uickly they realize that this will be no picnicAnyone can be sent home at any time And Jess is learning that the world isn t uite as stable as the Great Library wants them to thinkJess is fairly confident he can make itbut the longer he stays the he realizes that he has no idea of how or even if he can ever get outWhat a brilliant start to a seriesIt s so rare to get a YA series with a male lead this entire book was a breath of fresh air Jess was down to earth entertaining and absolutely endearing Watching his struggle as he transitions from a scared kid to a bold survivor definitely kept me hookedI m also so impressed by Caine s world building She took such a fundamental concept the printed word and built a society around its absence I was thoroughly fascinated by how she just took this idea and ran with it though as a huge library lover I did have a really difficult time associating anything negative with librariesOverall I cannot wait to read what she writes next With thanks to Berkley Publishing for sending me a free copy in exchange for an honest reviewYouTube Blog Instagram Twitter Snapchat mirandareads Happy Reading

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Ruthless and supremely powerful the Great Library is now a presence in every major city governing the flow of knowledge to the masses Alchemy allows the Library to deliver the content of the greatest works of history instantly but the personal ownership of books is expressly forbidden Jess B. We re nothing but secrets Books alchemy secret tunnels books friendships rivalries books and villains who become heroes Oh and did I mention books Oh so many booksI might complain every time I read that ridiculous X meets Y marketing strategy but I have to admit that Harry Potter meets The Book Thief meets Fahrenheit 451 is a pretty good descriptor for this book The main character Jess is indeed a book thief and they re are people called Burners who you guessed it burn books for political protest in this alternate world where the Great Library rules The truth was what the library wanted it to be So you might be wondering where the Harry Potter part comes in Well let s imagine for a second that HP wasn t so much about wizards as it was about alchemists and that Harry didn t go to Hogwarts but instead went to The Great Library in Alexandria Egypt Where there are teachers who may or may not be evil leaders who almost certainly can t be trusted and all the friendships and rivalries you would expect from teenagers competing to be scholarsI can t say it s a perfect book but it is damn entertaining From the beautiful descriptions of Alexandria to the frightening presence of the Library s leaders from the competition to the importance of friendship and the mix of funny and touching friendship dynamics Everyone has secrets and the bad guys might not be what you first expectAfter this wonderful diverse cast of characters my favourite thing has to be the books Ink and Bone is about love for books the power of books the lengths people will go to for books Also though this may be unintentional I got a sense of an underlying symbolism about the difference between ebooks and physical books in our world Ebooks are convenient universal I read them all the time but does anything ever really compare to having the physical ink and paper in your handsA fast paced exciting read No cliffhanger but perfectly set up for the seuel I can t waitEdit And just in case you were wondering I didn t like the Morganville Vampires series and that had no bearing on my enjoyment of thisBlog Facebook Twitter Instagram Tumblr Youtube Winnie Davis the Great Library is now a presence in every major city governing The Snake Mistake Mystery (The Great Mistake Mysteries the flow of knowledge The Loch Ness Mystery Reloaded to The Tower the masses Alchemy allows The Seeds of Time the Library The New Black to deliver Third Time Lucky (Oxford Blue, the content of Two Hours the greatest works of history instantly but Finding Us (Finding, the personal ownership of books is expressly forbidden Jess B. 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Is training to enter the Library’s service When his friend inadvertently commits heresy by creating a device that could change the world Jess discovers that those who control the Great Library believe that knowledge is valuable than any human life and soon both heretics and books will burn. DNF page 37Dry Dry DRYI gave this book 37 pages but I didn t feel anything for it Despite having an interesting premise that would appeal to most bibliophiles I felt like there was nothing there to hook me immediately There were animatronic lions and statues and then steam powered carriages for some reason this book is set in the near future so it was really odd It felt like a smattering of other successful stories right now in the market had bits picked from them and this was what was trying to be cobbled out of it Let s not even mention the we have to keep books read education from commoners thingThere s just no warmth or heart here to keep me interested


About the Author: Rachel Caine

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