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    Description

    Unbeknownst to mortals, a power struggle is unfolding in a world of shadows and danger. After centuries of stability, the balance among the Faery Courts has altered, and Irial, ruler of the Dark Court, is battling to hold his rebellious and newly vulnerable fey together. If he fails, bloodshed and brutality will follow.

    Seventeen-year-old Leslie knows nothing of faeries or their intrigues. When she is attracted to an eerily beautiful tattoo of eyes and wings, all she knows is that she has to have it, convinced it is a tangible symbol of changes she desperately craves for her own life.

    The tattoo does bring changes - not the kind Leslie has dreamed of, but sinister, compelling changes that are more than symbolic. Those changes will bind Leslie and Irial together, drawing Leslie deeper and deeper into the faery world, unable to resist its allures, and helpless to withstand its perils.

    ©2008 Melissa Marr (P)2008 HarperCollins Publishers

    Commentaires

    "Another highly addictive read....Compulsive enough to give the Twilight series a run for its money, and dizzyingly more sinister." ( Publishers Weekly)
    "This dark fantasy about survival and transformation is as mesmerizing as its urban faery subjects." ( Booklist"Readers will be drawn in by Marr's darkly poetic imagery and language, her vivid portrayal of the art of tattooing, and her shadowy love triangle. This is indeed a delicious, smoky delight." (Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books)

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      3 out of 5 stars
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    • Jennifer
    • 16/01/2009

    average

    There's not much to say is wrong with this book- the author is a compelling storyteller, the plot developed, the characters real and complex, the narrator is good- but nothing about it resonates. Perhaps it's just that I don't feel the fascination about tatoos or because I've never been drawn in by the drug scene, but whatever it is, the book is quite good and entirely forgettable. If you're into tortured souls and broken homes, have a whack at it- it might resonate with you, but if not, its just a way to pass the time. Still, I'd go on reading the author. She's excellent.

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    • Tabris
    • 30/10/2016

    My Favorite Book for Years

    I've read this book around 5 times completely, and adore it more than I'd likely admit. Figured I'd give an audio version a try, but have to say I'm not super into this particular performance. The tone felt of, and really gave the feeling of someone reading a story they weren't interested or invested in. Totally understandable, and something I find to be a problem with most audiobooks.

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    • Leanna
    • 15/07/2010

    Best book in the series

    I was recently introduced to the fairy-focused Wicked Lovely series and have now listened to the first four books. I can honestly say that Ink Exchange, which is the second book in the Wicked Lovely series, is the best book in this series. Ink Exchange delves into the inner working of the dark fairy court. Melissa Marr creates a rich background for both Niall and Irial while highlighting the dark court. In the process of creating a background for Niall and Irial, Marr creates the two strongest characters in this series. Niall and Irial are fantastic because they have lived life but are not broken by it (hopefully). Ink Exchange, and the Wicked Lovely series as a whole, does deal with more mature topics than the age group recommended for this book. I AM NOT suggesting that preteens and teens stay away from the books in this series. I AM suggesting that parents might enjoy reading these books with their kids and discussing the characters and the choices they make.

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    • DangerMouse
    • 14/09/2008

    dark and enthralling

    good book. darker than the first, and centers around the dark court instead of the summer and winter courts. it was positively enthralling.

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      3 out of 5 stars
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    • Victoria Dye
    • 14/04/2009

    Enjoyable but Simplistic

    Ink Exchange was well written and the narration was quite good. However, while the book constantly refers to the characters dark nature, there's very little real depth to back up those natures. There's more teen angst than an episode of Angel and you never really feel connected to the characters.

    That being said, it was well written and was enjoyable to listen to, if fluffy.

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    • Noelle
    • 01/08/2020

    Not a fan of a males voice for this book

    I love the Wicked Lovely book. I was a little disappointed that this book did not follow Aislinn, Seth, Keenan, and Donia as I just started to get invested in their lives, but it’s an interesting take on a series, giving different sides to the stories.

    I am not a fan of a male voice speaking for a female character. I’d rather the same speaker through out the series personally.

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    • Anonymous User
    • 10/05/2019

    Found myself zoning out

    The narrator has a nice voice but also struggled to make different voices for each character, i had trouble realizing who was who.
    Also the story dragged in some places and for so long that I zoned out pretty often and would miss a lot of background info or beginning dialogue but the plot also didnt hold my interest as much as it could have.
    it has potential, this story is nice for background noise while cleaning or driving.

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    • Cristian mcdonald
    • 09/04/2019

    Unexpected

    I entered into this book dying for the next chapter Aislinn's story but walked into Leslie's, the pick up was slow and muddled but once thing caught up, I ended up really apprciating Leslie's chatacter and her strength and the lessons learned in this book. We get to see behind the veil of the shadow fae, and the struggle amongst the courts. Getting to know different characters that are pivotal to what lays ahead, I can just feel it.

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    • sarah
    • 18/03/2019

    not my favorite

    Did not like this book. loved the first but this one was almost pointless. I am going to try the 3rd but didnt care for this one.

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    • Brigid
    • 17/08/2018

    love

    I adore this story line and LOVE the Author.... I would most definitely recommend this series to anyone who likes gritty mythological characters that are seeded in the true legends of these creatures. . not the fluffy sparkle fairytale's of the present