Saturday, 14 March 2015

Review for Inked by Eric Smith

Inked by Eric Smith

Blurb:
Tattoos once were an act of rebellion. 

Now they decide your destiny the moment the magical Ink settles under your skin. 
And in a world where Ink controls your fate, Caenum can't escape soon enough. He is ready to run from his family, and his best friend Dreya, and the home he has known, just to have a chance at a choice. 
But when he upsets the very Scribe scheduled to give him his Ink on his eighteenth birthday, he unwittingly sets in motion a series of events that sends the corrupt, magic-fearing government, The Citadel, after him and those he loves. 
Now Caenum, Dreya, and their reluctant companion Kenzi must find their way to the Sanctuary, a secret town where those with the gift of magic are safe. Along the way, they learn the truth behind Ink, its dark origins, and why they are the only ones who can stop the Citadel.
Eric Smith takes you on a high-octane fantasy adventure, perfect for anyone who has dreamed of being different… only to discover that fate is more than skin deep.


Review:
"Be Fearless. Be Bold. Be Magic."

Inked was a yet another take on the dystopian scene. Like all the dystopian themes, Inked had all the basic elements that appeal to the dystopian readers - rebellion, conspiracy, epic fight scenes and to top it all off, a little bit of magic.

I would have liked it to be a bit more grittier and a bit more detailed. It does have an open ending which makes me wonder if there is going to be another book or at least a novella with an HEA.

I'd recommend this to new and young readers and those trying out fantasy for the first time. I think young readers might really enjoy this book! :)

Overall, a very engaging story!

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