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Ink in the Blood A Lush, Dark YA Fantasy Debut That Weaves Together Tattoo Magic, Faith, And Eccentric Theater In A World Where Lies Are Currency And Ink Is A Weapon, Perfect For Fans Of Leigh Bardugo And Kendare Blake Celia Sand And Her Best Friend, Anya Burtoni, Are Inklings For The Esteemed Religion Of Profeta Using Magic, They Tattoo Followers With Beautiful Images That Represent The Divine S Will And Guide The Actions Of The Recipients 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 Their Opportunity To Escape Arrives With The Rabble Mob, A Traveling Theater Troupe Using Their Inkling Abilities For Performance Instead Of Propaganda, Celia And Anya Are Content For The First Time Until They Realize Who Followed Them The Divine They Never Believed In Is Very Real, Very Angry, And Determined To Use Celia, Anya, And The Rabble Mob S Now Infamous Stage To Spread Her Deceitful Influence Even Further To Protect Their New Family From The Wrath Of A Malicious Deity And The Zealots Who Work In Her Name, Celia And Anya Must Unmask The Biggest Lie Of All Profeta Itself

About the Author: Kim Smejkal

Kim Smejkal writes dark fantasy for young adults and not so young adults, always with a touch of magic Her debut novel, INK IN THE BLOOD, will release from HMH in early 2020.When she s not writing, she s homeschooling her kids, tutoring other people s kids, and voraciously hoarding any precious alone time Though she grew up on the Canadian prairies, she now lives with her family on beautiful,

10 thoughts on “Ink in the Blood

  1. E. E. says:

    theatre queer girls rebelling against a vengeful god tattoo magici m sold __________________________ insta twitter blog booksirens duolingo

  2. rachel ☾ rachel ☾ says:

    sorry, did you say queer fantasy with tattoo magic

  3. Anja H. Anja H. says:

    This includes a character called Anya, so naturally, I ll be reading it

  4. Amy Imogene Reads Amy Imogene Reads says:

    ARC approved Honestly hope this is the start of tattoo based magic stories because I am HERE for this Thank you to Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Children s Book Group via NetGalley for an ARC of this title in exchange for an honest review.

  5. Mila Mila says:

    The digital arc of this book was kindly provided by the publisher via Edelweiss website in exchange for an honest review.I really don t know what s up with me and YA arcs that I ve been reading but most of them bore and or confuse me so much, I can t relate to any of the

  6. Lea (drumsofautumn) Lea (drumsofautumn) says:

    UHM NOT ONLY IS THE COVER GORGEOUS BUT LIKE CAN WE TALK ABOUT THIS Orientation, identity, and expression are along continuums and there is no binary, but to use familiar terms, the novel features nonbinary and trans characters, and on page m m, f f, and bi rep YOOOOOOOOO

  7. Rebecca Schaeffer Rebecca Schaeffer says:

    I was lucky enough to read an early version of this book and it was truly excellent It s deliciously atmospheric and full of manipulative gods, clever girls, and dark carnivals It s everything I ever wanted it to be, and I m so excited for it to come out

  8. Rosiee Rosiee says:

    I read an early version of INK IN THE BLOOD and it was one of the most intense, atmospheric, magical reading experiences of my life This book will not only make you FEEL THINGS, but make you feel like you are there It s been over a year and tbh I m still recovering

  9. Nicole (FearYourEx) Nicole (FearYourEx) says:

    5 5 starsThank you to the publisher and netgalley for the e galley.If you follow me on Instagram you know I love tattoos, I m slowly collecting art on my body And I definitely requested this book due to the magic tattoos But this book is so much than that.This book is the beautiful story of Celia and Anya

  10. Leah Leah says:

    Wow ee Was that ever a ride of a book I finished it yesterday and I still don t know who to trust I m going to take that as a very good sign.Let s start with the obvious, shall we The queer representation is through the roof in this book For instance, the main character, Celia, is bisexual Throughout the st

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