Ink by Jonathan Maberry

Ink by Jonathan Maberry

Awesome Sauce

This has to be one of creepiest reads that I have read in 2020. I have many five star reads this year but I do not have many that are my favorites this book has made my short list. This came on my radar because of Netgalley so I want to thank everyone involved in me getting a copy of this book. While my review is late I actually did manage to finish this a day before the book came out. Again, my apologies. Now to tell you how much I enjoyed this book. This is my first book by this author but the things that stands out to me are a well-written story with characters that have depth and there is an interesting plot where the story line pulls the reader in and never looks back.

Monk Addison is a private investigator whose skin is covered with the tattooed faces of murder victims. He is moving to Pine Deep to be close to his friend tattoo-artist Patty Cakes. When tattoos start to fade on multiple people, their memories associated with those tattoos also start to fade. Who or what is causing this? Will they ever get their memories back?

Overall, this was a creepy suspenseful read. I loved the reaction it brought out in me and the uneasiness that I had during the entire read. I will for sure be looking for other reads by Jonathan Maberry. Thank you for introducing me to an awesome new author.

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Ink by Jonathan Maberry

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