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BOOK REVIEW: INK EXCHANGE
BY MELISSA MARR

We hope you enjoy this book review by Kristen Leong.



Melissa Marr writes another highly addictive book to complete her debut novel, Wicked Lovely. Where her previous novel was centered around the now regents Aislinn and Keenan, Melissa Marr now writes about the impact of the power shift upon the other courts and the friends of the Summer King and Queen. The true power of Faerie deception is a big theme in this complementary novel and Melissa Marr's writing style will leave you turning the pages wanting to read more and more.

Leslie used to be best friends with Aislinn. But with the arrival of Keenan and other fey, Aislinn grew distant as her friend suffered. As a way of reclaiming herself, Leslie decides that she absolutely must have Rabbit's one of a kind tattoo. After getting the first part of the tattoo done, Leslie starts feeling funny...as if there was something wrong with her--she's seeing things and feeling things she shouldn't be feeling. On top of that, her friendship with Aislinn is now filled with many lies, it's practically impossible to remmber the days when the two shared everything with eachother. The deception is pulling the two apart and Leslie is slowly drifting to the Dark Court against the wishes of many faeries and mortals who care for her.

Wicked Lovely was an enticing novel and Ink Exchange is not the sequel to it, but a complementray novel. It is possible to read the two separately, but the story does make a bit more sense if Wicked Lovely is read first. The stories are fascinating and highly addictive with a unique plot that tells of the true nature of faeries. Look out for Fragile Eternity--another of Melissa Marr's "riveting tales of faerie."

REVIEWED BY THE KRISTEN LEONG

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