It's considered a noble calling, but ten years into their servitude Celia and Anya know the truth: Profeta is built on lies, the tattooed orders strip away freedom, and the revered temple is actually a brutal, torturous prison.
Partial synopsis provided by Goodreads.
Ink In The Blood
Series: Ink In The Blood #1
Author: Kim Smejkal
Publication Date: February 11, 2020
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers
Page Count: 448
Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, LGBT
My Rating: DNF - no star rating
I’m excited to be a part of the INK IN THE BLOOD blog tour with The Fantastic Flying Book Club from February 5th – February 11th, 2020!
I received an ARC of this book from the publisher, HMH Books for Young Readers via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you! In no way does this affect my rating or review.
DNFing at 18%
When I first came across Ink in the Blood, I thought the synopsis sounded really interesting. Tattoo magic wound together with faith for fans of Kendare Blake? I’m here. I love Kendare Blake’s Three Dark Crowns series, so I was hoping for something comparable. But what I came here for, was totally different than I expected. The “faith” portion was centered around a religious figure that was the focus of a very warped religion in this story, and I simply don’t want to read further.
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