Saturday, May 21, 2016

Book Review | INK AND BONE by Lisa Unger

June 7, 2016
INK AND BONE lead us to a world beyond strange… and yes, beyond death.

More than anything else, Finley Montgomery wants control of her own life. But first, she needs to understand who she is.  Finley grew up misunderstood and misguided; she is perpetually haunted by people and things that only she could see. Confused, she sought her maternal grandmother, Eloise, a renowned psychic, for guidance in controlling her bizarre abilities.
We don’t always choose who we are, or what we experience.
We just choose what we do with it all.
The Hollows is a very intriguing and inviting place. Visitors are always enthralled by its quiet woodlands and accommodating populace. Ten months ago, a girl was abducted by strange men, while her father and brother were left bleeding from gunshot wounds, down on the trek trail leading to The Hollows Wood.

This is my first Lisa Unger book and I am not disappointed. Ink and Bone is an attention-grabbing mystery that holds many twists and leading plots. It is very engaging to witness this bifurcated narrative merge and form an edge-of-the-seat thrill.

Some of the viewpoints may be unnecessary for the development of the story. Strange is, I do get Ms. Unger in giving them ample attention. This book is more than the mystery or the thrill. It is also about moral principles and choices and taking the right steps to give it importance.


Book details:
Title:  Ink and Bone
Author:  Lisa Unger
Publication:  June 7, 2016; Touchstone
Genre:  Psychological Thriller
Rating:  ★★★★

*Copy received from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for this unbiased review.


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