A couple of weeks ago, I decided to finally read some books by Melissa Marr, who I’ve been following on Twitter for a while. Wicked Lovely, as I’ve previously blogged, was pretty damn good; and Ink Exchange didn’t disappoint either. Probably the reason why the books are so readable for someone who isn’t really into teen fiction is due to the amount of research that evidently goes into them; it’s not just a case of ‘girl-meets-boy-and-something-about-fairies’, it’s a case of a quote at the beginning of the chapter which sets the scene, and a case of true evidence of both thought and hard work.

Definitely recommended.

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