Author: Rachel Caine

Book Review 104: Ink & Bone by Rachel Caine

Book Review 104: Ink & Bone by Rachel Caine

I am in love with Egypt. I have been in love with Egypt for ages. At least since the first or second time I watched Anne Baxter, Yul Brenner and Charlton Heston waltz across my parent’s television on the night before Easter. MOSES! MOSES! MOSES! I can tell you a brief history of Akhenaten, and Hepshesut. Or about how I nearly refused to finish Margaret George’s Memoirs of Cleopatra because I didn’t want to lose Cleo. Or about that time I nearly missed my flight in Detroit because of my concern for Princess Selene. Needless to say I have high expectations for my Egyptian Historical Fiction. I was excited when I was approved for Ink and Bone by Rachel Caine via the Penguin FirstToRead program. Cait over at PaperFury.com alerted me to this book and I knew from the cover and description that I had to get my grubby little hands on this book. Egypt…magic…intrigue and the Great Library! OOOOO! I was not disappointed with Ink and Bone. I was sucked in from the first pages of the story which provide a glimpse into the world the might exist if the Great Library in Alexandra may have survived its unfortunate […]

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