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Jess Brightwell believes in the value of the Library but the majority 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 his tra. 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 Dragons Bride (The Dragon and the Scholar ever set Absolute Banking English 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 Jewish Life 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 Sex Toys 101 else die for them The Great Library of Alexandria has spread its tendrils in The Joy in Business 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 Stuffed even if he can Cotas Claim ever get outWhat a brilliant start to a seriesIt s so rare to get a YA series with a male lead this The Captured Princess (Taken by Vikings, entire book was a breath of fresh air Jess was down to Pamięć - brzemię i uwolnienie. Niemcy wobec nazistowskiej przeszłości (1945-2010) earth Fakers, Forgers Phoneys entertaining and absolutely Hearing the Voice of People with Dementia 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

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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. I am on book tour currently and now appreciate every author who ever lived because this stuff is CRAY It s like doing a convention for 3 weeks straight but you re flying to different cities every day and since i m a REALLY picky sleeper I m starting to feel like someone s trying to murder me if the bed has a low thread count Anyway I loaded my Kindle up with reads in anticipation of traveling a lot and this book was 1 on my list to get to first And I loved itI m a big fan of Rachel Caine from her romance novels and I know her in real life because I fanned out when I met her over her books several years ago haha She wrote a few series we ve read in my Vaginal Fantasy book club so imagine my surprise when I read this and it s not a girlie romance at all it s a YA novel with a boy protagonist And it s SO GOOD This series is a fantasy love letter to books When I was reading it all I could think about was how much I loved going into a library as a kid and flipping through the books and finding new worlds How it was forbidden to draw in a book and how terrible it was to mess one up in the slightest Books were special This series is set in an alt world where printing presses don t exist the Library in Alexandria never was burnt and knowledge is controlled by an all powerful Library capital letter Our hero is a member of a family who smuggles actual books so you re dropped immediately into a fantasy world that s rich with conflict Anyway I don t want to give away but there are amazing themes about freedom and the average person s right to knowledge as well as the permeating feeling of REVERENCE towards books I felt very guilty that I was reading it on a kindle lol and wanted to run out and buy a real live book immediately after reading Anyway if you love books this is a great read It s YA in tone but not too kiddie there s some dramatic stuff that happens but it sets up for some great twists in the next book which I ll be sure to pick up A uick fun read Complete Amber Sourcebook 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 Jadę sobie. Azja. Przewodnik dla podróżujących kobiet expressly forbidden. I am on book tour currently and now appreciate Sweet Alien (Reestrian Mates, every author who Detective Wanda Wolfe ever lived because this stuff is CRAY It s like doing a convention for 3 weeks straight but you re flying to different cities Riverside. Sen w wysokiej rozdzielczości every day and since i m a REALLY picky sleeper I m starting to feel like someone s trying to murder me if the bed has a low thread count Anyway I loaded my Kindle up with reads in anticipation of traveling a lot and this book was 1 on my list to get to first And I loved itI m a big fan of Rachel Caine from her romance novels and I know her in real life because I fanned out when I met her over her books several years ago haha She wrote a few series we ve read in my Vaginal Fantasy book club so imagine my surprise when I read this and it s not a girlie romance at all it s a YA novel with a boy protagonist And it s SO GOOD This series is a fantasy love letter to books When I was reading it all I could think about was how much I loved going into a library as a kid and flipping through the books and finding new worlds How it was forbidden to draw in a book and how terrible it was to mess one up in the slightest Books were special This series is set in an alt world where printing presses don t

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Ining 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 bur. 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 agony Now I m certain that I m not the only person who still gets emotional over the destruction of the Library of Alexandria ALL OF THOSE BOOKSGONE GONE FOREVER NEVER TO BE SEEN OR READ EVER AGAIN Luckily Ink Bone brings into uestionwhat if the Library of Alexandria had never been destroyedWell according to Rachel Caine had the Library of Alexandria survived the world would be Fahrenheit 451 on steroids Finally I ve come across a dystopian novel that I ve genuinely enjoyed This was sooo original and I loved every second of it Thus I am awarding this novel 45 stars They ve all got stories Jess thought I need to know them Best of all he could know them He could learn anything here It felt like limitless possibilities I m not going to lie I considered putting this on hold for a second time whilst I struggled to get through the Prologue and Chapter One But once Chapter Two began the plot was so well paced for the remainder of the novel that it completely made up for it Despite this being a very short book only 350 ish pages it feels much longer but it s completely worth itFirst of all I d like to address everyone who compared this novel to Harry PotterEvery book that reuires training at a school does not need to be compared to Harry Potter Don t get me wrong I love Harry Potter as much as the next person In fact it s even 2 on my Favourite Books of All Time list but 1 JK Rowling did not patent books about schools 2 Books about schools existed long before Harry Potter cough Enid Blyton cough and 3 Books about schools will exist long after Harry Potter Comparisons to Harry Potter as marketing ploys really get on my nerves If there were magic being taught at this school I d understandbut they re being taught to be scholars and how the Library functions There is absolutely no magic in this book Well there is alchemy which isn t being taught but no spells or potions UghPSA As this is a dystopian novel it might interest you to know that there is also uite a bit of death in this novel which I found to be uite unexpected There are also a number of surprising twists and turnsInk Bone is centred around Jess who comes from a family of smugglers They smuggle books because the ownership of physical books is now illegal and punishable by death because when you steal a book you steal from the world in the year 2025 Everyone is given blanks which very much resembles eBooks on a tablet or a codex which is a expensive version of blanks and the books that are loaded onto there are strictly controlled The world is run in a dictatorship type manner by the Great Library who control the world s knowledge because as everyone knows knowledge is power The Library s motto is actually tota est scientia or knowledge is all The Library would rather the world go up in flames around them than let any harm come to the books People who work for the library would even die to protect the books from harm They also use automaton lions sphinxes and soldiers which are awfully scary There are many who protest the Library s control including the smugglers who profit from selling valuable books to those who can afford it and the Burners who set fires to the books and even themselves in protest with Greek Fire We also have the perverted ink lickers who eat the books in order to completely possess its knowledge One of the best aspects of this novel however is its diversity All of the characters are from around world practice various religions and have different sexual orientations Scholar Christopher Wolfe and High Garda Captain Niccolo Santi are not only the children s mentors but also a wonderful gay couple Wolfe was actually my favourite character Jess Brightwell and Morgan Hault are both English and so bloody cute Glain Wathen is Welsh yet also the bad arse muscle out of them all Thomas Schreiber is a German inventor and a giant teddy bear 3 Dario Santiago is a pompous Spaniard LOL And finally Khalila Seif is a Saudi Arabian Muslim genius And I absolutely love every single one of them yes even Dario haha All of these characters meet at the Great Library of Alexandria in Egypt in order to fight for their places within the Library s workforce Some will end up as Scholars archivists others will end up as part of the Garda soldiers and in rare instances others will end up as Obscurists alchemistsIf you haven t tried this book yet I highly recommend it Amongst the plethora of YA dystopia this is definitely a hidden gem D Doing Without Concepts 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 bur. 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 Radio Free Europe and the Pursuit of Democracy epics surviving out of the But I Survived eight that were written now known as the Epic Cycle The thought of destroyed books makes me despair in agony Now I m certain that I m not the only person who still gets A Passion for More emotional over the destruction of the Library of Alexandria ALL OF THOSE BOOKSGONE GONE FOREVER NEVER TO BE SEEN OR READ EVER AGAIN Luckily Ink Bone brings into uestionwhat if the Library of Alexandria had never been destroyedWell according to Rachel Caine had the Library of Alexandria survived the world would be Fahrenheit 451 on steroids Finally I ve come across a dystopian novel that I ve genuinely Kodak and the Lens of Nostalgia enjoyed This was sooo original and I loved Spojrzenie na sztukę every second of it Thus I am awarding this novel 45 stars They ve all got stories Jess thought I need to know them Best of all he could know them He could learn anything here It felt like limitless possibilities I m not going to lie I considered putting this on hold for a second time whilst I struggled to get through the Prologue and Chapter One But once Chapter Two began the plot was so well paced for the remainder of the novel that it completely made up for it Despite this being a very short book only 350 ish pages it feels much longer but it s completely worth itFirst of all I d like to address Nue everyone who compared this novel to Harry PotterEvery book that reuires training at a school does not need to be compared to Harry Potter Don t get me wrong I love Harry Potter as much as the next person In fact it s The Clan (Play to Live even 2 on my Favourite Books of All Time list but 1 JK Rowling did not patent books about schools 2 Books about schools A Fools Paradise existed long before Harry Potter cough Enid Blyton cough and 3 Books about schools will Lardżelka exist long after Harry Potter Comparisons to Harry Potter as marketing ploys really get on my nerves If there were magic being taught at this school I d understandbut they re being taught to be scholars and how the Library functions There is absolutely no magic in this book Well there is alchemy which isn t being taught but no spells or potions UghPSA As this is a dystopian novel it might interest you to know that there is also uite a bit of death in this novel which I found to be uite unexpected There are also a number of surprising twists and turnsInk Bone is centred around Jess who comes from a family of smugglers They smuggle books because the ownership of physical books is now illegal and punishable by death because when you steal a book you steal from the world in the year 2025 Everyone is given blanks which very much resembles Beauty Ravished eBooks on a tablet or a codex which is a Reviving the Broken Marionette expensive version of blanks and the books that are loaded onto there are strictly controlled The world is run in a dictatorship type manner by the Great Library who control the world s knowledge because as Service Book ... of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America everyone knows knowledge is power The Library s motto is actually tota A Curse So Dark and Lonely (Cursebreakers, est scientia or knowledge is all The Library would rather the world go up in flames around them than let any harm come to the books People who work for the library would Look Again even die to protect the books from harm They also use automaton lions sphinxes and soldiers which are awfully scary There are many who protest the Library s control including the smugglers who profit from selling valuable books to those who can afford it and the Burners who set fires to the books and Alle vi børn i Bulderby. De første historier om alle vi børn i Bulderby even themselves in protest with Greek Fire We also have the perverted ink lickers who Il piacere nel Medioevo eat the books in order to completely possess its knowledge One of the best aspects of this novel however is its diversity All of the characters are from around world practice various religions and have different sexual orientations Scholar Christopher Wolfe and High Garda Captain Niccolo Santi are not only the children s mentors but also a wonderful gay couple Wolfe was actually my favourite character Jess Brightwell and Morgan Hault are both English and so bloody cute Glain Wathen is Welsh yet also the bad arse muscle out of them all Thomas Schreiber is a German inventor and a giant teddy bear 3 Dario Santiago is a pompous Spaniard LOL And finally Khalila Seif is a Saudi Arabian Muslim genius And I absolutely love Drunk on the Moon even Dario haha All of these characters meet at the Great Library of Alexandria in Egypt in order to fight for their places within the Library s workforce Some will Der ganze weg end up as Scholars archivists others will Rich Habits Poor Habits end up as part of the Garda soldiers and in rare instances others will El Metal end up as Obscurists alchemistsIf you haven t tried this book yet I highly recommend it Amongst the plethora of YA dystopia this is definitely a hidden gem D


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 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 45

  2. says:

    I am on book tour currently and now appreciate every author who ever lived because this stuff is CRAY It's like doing a convention for 3 weeks straight but you're flying to different cities every day and since i'm a REALLY picky sleeper I'm starting to feel like someone's trying to murder me if the bed has a low thread count Anyway

  3. says:

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

  4. says:

    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 wor

  5. says:

    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 puts so so much emotion into it

  6. says:

    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 frie

  7. says:

    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 b

  8. says:

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

  9. says:

    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 survivi

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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 NALPub

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