Ink Blood Sister Scribe PDF/E-Book by Emma Torzs

Ink Blood Sister Scribe: Törzs did a great job creating an exciting and suspenseful story in his debut novel that keeps readers hooked and eager for more. A vivid and atmospheric world with a plot full of surprising twists, earning a rating of 4.7/5 stars from my side. I enjoyed the different perspectives of the characters and how everything came together in the end. It was an amazing journey into a magical world.

Description of the Book:

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Book Synopsis:

In this spellbinding debut novel, two estranged half-sisters tasked with guarding their family’s library of magical books must work together to unravel a deadly secret at the heart of their collection–a tale of familial loyalty and betrayal, and the pursuit of magic and power.

For generations, the Kalotay family has guarded a collection of ancient and rare books. Books that let a person walk through walls or manipulate the elements–books of magic that half-sisters Joanna and Esther have been raised to revere and protect.

All magic comes with a price, though, and for years the sisters have been separated. Esther has fled to a remote base in Antarctica to escape the fate that killed her own mother, and Joanna’s isolated herself in their family home in Vermont, devoting her life to the study of these cherished volumes. But after their father dies suddenly while reading a book Joanna has never seen before, the sisters must reunite to preserve their family legacy. In the process, they’ll uncover a world of magic far bigger and more dangerous than they ever imagined, and all the secrets their parents kept hidden; secrets that span centuries, continents, and even other libraries . . .

Book Quotes That We Like:

“Cold was easier to bear when you’d never been warm.

When you’re growing up, you don’t ask whether your family’s good, do you? Especially if you don’t know anything else. They’re just your family.”

“…it’s the steps themselves that make a path, instead of the other way round. We are creating even as we believe we are following.”

“…when things are very beautiful and comfortable on the surface, it can be harder to see the ugliness underneath.”

“It amazed her, how once the unfamiliar became well-known you could never go back.”

“Being invisible is actually so uncomfortable, it’s like bees are crawling inside my skin. I’m really over it.”

“… every word and movement made with a heightened sense of surreality, as if she could reach out a hand and alter the fabric of the world. That’s what killing was, wasn’t it? To remove someone from existence was to rip a hole in what was real.”

“… when the physical and emotional boundaries of one’s life were small, when one had walked every inch of one’s allotted space many times over, it was easy to forget ignorance and feel a sort of mastery, instead.”

“It was hard to imagine wearing lace underwear and ‘sexting,’ but easy to imagine wearing lots of complicated layers and rolling around in front of a fireplace.”

Emma Torzs, Ink Blood Sister Scribe

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