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Omnis Cogito Est

Knowledge is all, but when the powers that be control it with an iron grasp—like in Rachel Caine’s Ink and Bone—”all” becomes a very subjective term.

Omnis Cogito Est

BOOK REPORT for Ink and Bone (The Great Library #1) by Rachel Caine

Cover Story: Faux Folio
BFF Charm: Heck Yes
Swoonworthy Scale: 6
Talky Talk: He Said, in an Alternate Universe
Bonus Factors: Coach Taylor Award, Book Love, Diversity
Bonus/Anti-Bonus Factor: Series Starter
Anti-Bonus Factor: Censorship
Relationship Status: Bound Together

I never would have thought that I’d dislike a library, but the one in the first book in Rachel Caine’s new The Great Library series, Ink and Bone, is not the friendly, freely sharing version we all know and love.

Check out my full review over at our series on Kirkus.

Mandy Curtis's photo About the Author: Mandy is a small town girl living in a nerdy world, or—if you want to get literal—an editor/writer living in Austin, TX. In addition to yearning for YA books—the more dystopian or fantastical, the better—she can also be found swooning over superheroes, dreaming of The Doctor and grinning at GIFs.