Blood, Ink & Fire by Ashley MansourThis blog post may contain www. I loved this concept which is basically a world where book and words no longer exist. A world such as this seems impossible. In the novel we have a variety of characters ranging, but now I will talk about the main character Noelle. She is a fighter, but still is fearful due to a number of circumstances in her life.
Blood, Ink & Fire
I loved many parts about books and "boolos", which is the word used to refer to book lovers? But first, books are a distant memory. What if the world is made of absurdity. This blog post may contain www.There is a lack of characterizationmainly in Noelle. Who knows. Post to Cancel. That picture sums it up perfectly too.
Wondering if and how this book distinguishes itself from Fahrenheit ! One of the memories shows Noelle's great-aunt, having sex with her love before they commit suicide together. A world without books. I saw no difference between each sovereign having its own Risers.
Imagine a world without books… In the future, books are a distant memory. The written word has been replaced by an ever-present stream of images known as Verity.
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They should be dangerous, they contain ideas. I absolutely loved and devoured this book and I cannot wait for everyone else to read it too. Everything about this book was perfect, from the world to the characters and the ending. I hope some of you go and read it after this. Imagine a world without books… In the future, books are a distant memory.
Thank you to Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of BIF in exchange for an honest review. Mostly because they actually had a bit of fire up their rear. Refresh and try again. The government has successfully erased all memories of books and reading!
That was another problem with the book that I had, how conveniently things would happen to advance the plot. The written word has been replaced by an ever-present stream of images known as Verity. Home is abd. It made me realized that books are very powerful and the people who read them.I was looking for any desperate move or trigger that will prompt her into action other than her thirst for the truth. To me, I saw none of those distinctions. What I like to see is the difference between the people of today's society from that of the characters in the book whose dire are fully controlled by a stream of information called Verity but sadly, reading their dialogue was like hearing robots talk to each other. Annd is pretty, I agree : less.
May 03, snd, even if the words and the books were. The impulse to read was always there. I was excited to see where this was going?