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  • Ink and Bone
  • Lisa Unger
  • English
  • 02 October 2019
  • 9781508218227

10 thoughts on “Ink and Bone

  1. says:

    Wow Where to begin For those of you who have followed all her series and other books involving “The Hollows” this one is a BIG deal No spoilers here but there is major character and plot development I’ve read almost all of Lisa Unger’s books; I was first hooked when I picked up a copy of Fragile in the BN clearance section and she uickly became one of my top 10 authors to read after devouring Beautif

  2. says:

    4 starsWhat a read It took me a long time to read this but in the end it was so worth it“Life is an impossible twist of choice and circumstance One rarely exists without the other”This is how you write a thriller Full excitement Amazing characters Solid story and very beautifully writtenI like the paranormal aspect of this novelFinley has superpowers She can see into the future She can't control itShe moves

  3. says:

    Still 199 on kindle as of 8716SOME SPOILERSAbbey Gleason is taken after a savage attack while hiking with her father and brother Where is she? Who has her? Is she still alive? Finley Montgomery moves in with her grandmother Eloise Finley goes to college and Eloise helps her to understand the ghosts that come to her and with her dreams of events that have occurred Eloise is a psychic and works with the police de

  4. says:

    I didn't think I would enjoy this book as much as I did when I read the blurb I thought it would go all Backwoods Physic on me Umm nevermindtha

  5. says:

    We don't choose; we are chosenFinley Montgomery twenty one and teaming with paranormal gifts hears the beckoning sound of Sueak clink like a constant tolling bell within her Not only is this particular sound a daily visitor that res

  6. says:

    Find all of my reviews at “The woods are lovely dark and deep she thought But I have promises to keep And miles to go before I sleep” Well what was a pleasant surprise For some reason I thought a bazillion of my friends

  7. says:

    Book Blog | Bookstagram “Never talk to strangers If someone ever tries to take you fight with everything you have Scream as loud as you can He’d never told her what to do if the man was too strong and there was no one to hear her screaming” Opening Hook Tediously attention grabbingMain Character I see dead people ing itPlot

  8. says:

    What do you get when you mix a savage attack an abducted child a grieving mother a flawed father a veteran private detective a psychic young adult and a creepy remote town? Wow That's an excruciatingly specific concoction you got there Sreyas I think you are referring to Ink and BoneDamn Are you a psychic too? Everybody

  9. says:

    Unfortunately this book didn't click with me and clearly I'm in the minority here because there are many many great reviews for INK AND BONE Reading this book I felt like I'd been dropped in the middle of an ongoing saga like there

  10. says:

    the premise first 20% of this book were SUPER intriguing but ultimately this lacked in both thrill and mystery nice to know that i don't hate ALL speculativesupernatural elements in these sorts of books which i thought was the case prior to reading this but sucked that those elements weren't coupled with really cool plotalso the characters

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Ink and Bone

In this explosive psychological thriller by New York Times bestselling author Lisa Unger a young woman’s mysterious gift forces her into the middle of a dangerous investigation of a little girl’s disappearanceFor as long as she can remember twenty year old Finley Montgomery has been able to see into the future She dreams about events before they occur and sees beyond the physical wo. Still 199 on kindle as of 8716SOME SPOILERSAbbey Gleason is taken after a savage attack while hiking with her father and brother Where is she Who has her Is she still alive Finley Montgomery moves in with her grandmother Eloise Finley goes to college and Eloise helps her to understand the ghosts that come to her and with her dreams of events that have occurred Eloise is a psychic and works with the police department at times Finley keeps hearing this sound in her head and she has to fight to get it out It s connected to things that are not so good in The Hollows where they live There is evil in The Hollows Merri and Wolf Gleason are the parents of Abbey and her brother Jackson Merri wants to try to hire a detective one last time to find Abbey It seems everyone has given up hope after 10 long months Merri wants detective Jones Cooper and psychic Eloise Montgomery on the case Eloise decides that Finley needs to do this case and with trepidation she does This is a hard one for Finley She hasn t done anything like this before and the things she sees has her crazy with worry She wants to find Abbey but what she and Jones eventually find is worse than what they could have ever imagined Finley finds a lot of ghosts in those woods But will she find AbbeyI really enjoyed this book I was on the edge of my seat many times yelling Go Go Go HurryIt was a tough and sad revelation all around There was a twist that I should have seen don t they always do that When they find out the whole story though it s just so very sad But don t let that stop you If you want to read a great murdermysterythriller give this book a try It s all that and a little bit MY BLOG Melissa Martin s Reading List

read ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ë Lisa Unger

Rld unconsciously using her power to make supernatural things happenBut Finley can’t control these powers and there’s only one person who can help So Finley moves to The Hollows a small town in upstate New York where her grandmother lives a renowned seer who can finally teach Finley how to use her giftA gift that is proving to be both a blessing and a curse as Finley lands in the mi. I didn t think I would enjoy this book as much as I did when I read the blurb I thought it would go all Backwoods Physic on me Umm nevermindthat sounds right up my alleyFinley has moved to The Hollows because she doesn t get along with her mom and her Grandmother has some of the same gifts that she does Sorta see dead peopley Finley is a pretty decent charactershe has funky hair drives a motorcycle has tattoos all over I liked her Her grandmother is usually the one that gets called in when a local PI needs some addition help but there is a case unfolding that her Gran says is Finley sThe case is that a young girl was taken off a hiking trail Her dad and brother were both shot and left for dead But they took the girlThen you find out that several little blond girls have gone missing for years and none of them have ever been foundThe book is told from alternative viewpoints and I thought I knew what was gonna happen and I didn t I kinda felt slammed for a minute there Then I snoop around and find out that Lisa Unger has books set in this area Color me interested I ll read of her I do think I read one of her books years ago and it was one of those romancy thrillers that I didn t care for This was decent Booksource Netgalley in exchange for review Tall man riding. renowned seer who can finally teach Finley how to use her giftA gift that is proving to be both a blessing and a curse as Finley lands in the mi. I didn t think I would enjoy this book as much as I did when I The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory read the blurb I thought it would go all Backwoods Physic on me Umm nevermindthat sounds The Big Golden Book of Poetry right up my alleyFinley has moved to The Hollows because she doesn t get along with her mom and her Grandmother has some of the same gifts that she does Sorta see dead peopley Finley is a pretty decent charactershe has funky hair drives a motorcycle has tattoos all over I liked her Her grandmother is usually the one that gets called in when a local PI needs some addition help but there is a case unfolding that her Gran says is Finley sThe case is that a young girl was taken off a hiking trail Her dad and brother were both shot and left for dead But they took the girlThen you find out that several little blond girls have gone missing for years and none of them have ever been foundThe book is told from alternative viewpoints and I thought I knew what was gonna happen and I didn t I kinda felt slammed for a minute there Then I snoop around and find out that Lisa Unger has books set in this area Color me interested I ll Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, read one of her books years ago and it was one of those Homewrecker review

summary Ink and Bone

Ddle of a dangerous investigation involving a young girl who has been missing for ten months and the police have all but given up hopeWith time running out there’s only so much Finley can do as The Hollows begins to reveal its true colors As she digs deeper into the town and its endless layers nothing is what it seems But one thing is clear The Hollows gets what it wants no matter wha. Book Blog Bookstagram Never talk to strangers If someone ever tries to take you fight with everything you have Scream as loud as you can He d never told her what to do if the man was too strong and there was no one to hear her screaming Opening Hook Tediously attention grabbingMain Character I see dead people ing itPlot Twisty ness How twisty can it be when everyone is a goddamn psychicI don t know why I keep trying books with psychic characters because I never like themAlso apparently this could technically be considered part of series called The Hollows but I have zero experience with Lisa Unger or that series so perhaps that s why I m not as jazzed about this book as other people have beenThis does read like a standalone for all intents and purposes thoughBasically what you have here is a twenty something who is a developing psychic so she goes to live with her grandmother who is an experienced psychic to get her psychic abilities up to snuff While she s doing her psychic training she starts to hear a persistent noise sueak clink and her psychic grandmother is all that s your psychic gift telling you to start doing psychic shit so she gets onto the case of a missing child who has some psychic connections in her own lifeBasically everyone is a goddamn psychicAnd I m not sure how a town full of psychics hasn t been able to find the answer to where d that kid go but they haven t and everyone is distressed marriages are falling apart and life is just generally terribleThe opening to this book was dark and attention grabbing but also wordy So while it did suck me in and intrigue me I also found that this only happened when it stopped explaining inconseuential things and got to the good stuff Really this was also setting the tone for the rest of the book To me it was a little bit dense in terms of sentence structure and emotion The thrilling moments were good but you have to go through the weeds to get there if you know what I meanThe main character Finley was the kind of character that I have a hard time liking because she s written like the author is out of touch and trying really hard to make something cool It just comes across to me as trying too hard Give her tattoos give her pink hair give her a motorcycle make her really angsty and make sure everyone mentions what a spitfire she is and have someone be totally in love with her because there s no one else in the world like herI could do with less of that It feels like I m being force fed this idea what a cool girl is instead of just naturally forming my own opinion based on genuine characteristicsThis thing authors do where the characters are not like other girls kind of grinds my gears as well because what is wrong with other girls gets onto soapboxListen this is truly directed at everyone not just authors who perpetuate the culture with characters like this but at the very least can we recognize the contradiction of hundreds of thousands of females claiming to be not like other girls in a chorus And why is it so mandatory for women to internalize that kind of hate for our gender for girly things like it s the only way to be validated or seen as worthy Yes those other girls are awful but not me I m special I like beer and football and can kill spiders What we really should be doing is saying we are not whatever idea of what being a girl has been constructed to be for us by society media etc Very few of us are that constructed image We for some reason accept it to be true of other females but not ourselves They are like other girls but not me We should be recognizing that s bullshit It s a fucking lie And authors should be writing characters that are not dialled up to eleven with all these not like other girls traits and instead try to create robust female characters who feel human because they can comfortably exist within their own personalities without pointing out how interesting we should think they are because they have tattoos or ride a motorcycleAlso Merri and Finley aren t doing anyone any favours by not dumping their cheating boyfriends and being all wishy washy on taking these assholes back It would have been nice to see female characters standing up for how they want to be loved Just sayingThank you for listening gets off of soapboxI like the small town feel this novel has It s a little bit like a magical depressive Stars Hollow It s got the wise old lady the veteran detective the handsome bartender flawed and grieving parents and some country bumpkins living in the sticks What could you wantThough I did like the characters and the setting uite a bit I found a lot of the narrative to be filled with overly indulgent scenes focussed on family and personal crises that to me didn t add to the story but took away from the pacing I have seen a lot of reviews saying this was a good thing for the readers who had experience with The Hollows and had wanted to see that evolution of character development and relationships And all that may very well be true but for a first time reader it just came across as unnecessary fillerThere are three main POVs in the book one of which is that of an abducted girl Penny And given that we have so much insight into where she is and what is happening to her this really took any mystery out of the story for me It turned into less of a where is Abbey storyline and into something along the lines of when are they going to find her It turned into a waiting game of Finley figuring out what her psychic powers were trying to tell herAnd this brings me to why I don t like psychic themed novels in the first place There is no way to create a mystery that is an engaging puzzle that isn t predictable when the characters can see the past and present or can talk to ghosts You either end up being told the answers to the mystery too early or you get useless vision clues that amount to nothing than I can tell the children used to play video games in this room There was a lot going on this novel lots of subplots and characters and information to soak up that most of the time was useless to the outcome so there was a bit of a disappointed feeling for me when I finished the book because I definitely thought it was going to be something different and felt that it didn t reach its full potentialIt s not a bad story and I know I m a raging negative review monster but this book didn t totally click for me It had some good points some bad points Just overall I m going to have to give it a Bernie Sanders meh and 3 stars


About the Author: Lisa Unger

CONFESSIONS ON THE 745Unger’s critically acclaimed books have been named on “Best Book” lists from the Today show Good Morning America Entertainment Weekly People Goodreads and many others She has been nominated for or won numerous awards including the Hammett Prize Macavity Thriller Award and Goodreads Choice In 2019 she received two Edgar Award nominations an honor held by only a few authors including Agatha Christie Her writing has appeared in The New York Times Wall Street Journal NPR and TravelLeisure She lives on the west coast of Florida with her family