Ink Exchange by Melissa Marr


In this book, Leslie has been put through some horrible things by way of her drug-addict brother. With no one else to turn to, and in order to get her life back together, she decides to get a tattoo. Little does she know that the tattoo isn’t just an ordinary one. It is one that will connect her to the surrounding faerie world that is constantly unrest.


This book was an interesting read, but it took reading the first three quarters of the book before all the questions that form in your head to start getting answers. I wasn’t really impressed with the ending. It did leave a few unanswered questions. All in all, a decent book, but I don’t know if it would be my first choice for a re-read.

© Cori Endicott July 2009


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