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Ink & Incantation: An Enchanting YA Anthology Featuring Books & Libraries Kindle Edition
Celebrate the magic of books with this limited-time collection of YA Sci-Fi and Fantasy stories.
What's inside these enchanting pages?
- A fae war is brewing, and only an ancient book has the power to stop it. If only the pages weren't blank!
- A bookstore set in a steampunk world. The lights are flickering and objects are moving. Could the bookstore really be haunted?
- A doomed love story set in the last known library. Can two teens preserve what really matters?
- Two brothers. A wandering library. How far will they be willing to go to access this forbidden knowledge?
- And many more stories!
Authors Featured in Ink & Incantation
E. V. Everest, Allison Rose, Ben Green, C.L. Cannon, Jamie Dalton, Jessa Lucas, Joy Lewis, K. R. S. McEntire, Kristen S. Walker, Maria Vermisoglou, Nicole Zoltack, R. L. Medina, R.L. Perez, S. R. Breaker, Sudha Kuruganti, Tricia Copeland
- ASIN : B09VD8CBKB
- Publisher : Golden Bird Press (August 4, 2022)
- Publication date : August 4, 2022
- Language : English
- File size : 5050 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 542 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #655,263 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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It is listed as YA fiction, but I can’t imagine an adult who would not be entranced by the worlds in these short stories.
And the good news is that many of these carry on from the novellas here to full-blown novels and even series.
I was not familiar with all of the authors included here, but I’m looking for more from them!
Not sure I wanna be a library anymore…
The intro had me sitting on the edge of my seat…a little darker than the books but oh so cool!
And it continued a wee bit in the first chapter:
‘They had to get out of here before it was too late. Whatever this thing was, it was awake.’
If you wanna know more…buy ‘Ink and Incantations’ as well as the ‘Rimduum’ series!
Seriously, though. I’m already a fan (awesome jargon) and this story solidified my loyalty.
Ruthless Hearts by E.V. Everest 5/5
So I definitely need more of this! The meet-cute between Enora & Castien is fantastic, the mystery of the library is intriguing, and I want to know how it all ends.
A Tomb of Roses by R.L. Perez 5/5
Oh this was heartbreakingly beautiful. Twins Mona & Prue work to stay together no matter what, even though it's time to choose a new Maiden.
Books & Secrets by Maria Vermisoglou 3/5
Heather, a demon-hunting witch is searching for a powerful book. The sworn enemies to flirting & life saving happens a bit too fast.
A Curse of Silver by Joy Lewis 4/5
Everin is a silverblood: cursed, feared, & hunted. She escapes with a prince and the worn together to break the curse. This was dark & twisty with an unexpected ending.
Curse Yourself by S. Breaker 4/5
Portal scifi that seems like it's part of something bigger (it is actually, two of the author's other series are in this story, so yay!). Interesting but I feel like I need more backstory.
The Story Weavers by Tricia Copeland 3/5
Cute idea, but I was way more invested in the story within the story than the actual plot line.
Riwinne & the Haunted Bookstore by Kristen S. Walker 5/5
This was a fun little story, and if the others in this series are similar, I know I'm going to love them.
Becoming Banneret by Jamie Dalton 5/5
Glenda is chosen to be a banneret but doesn't want to answer the call, so does she can to get rid of the magical sword that has claimed her.
The Barren Trove by Allison Rose 5/5
This felt very Romeo & Juliette-ish, but with fae and elves. And I guess a little more communication between the main characters.
War of Tide and Tombs by K.R.S. McEntire 4/5
I loved the magic system in this one! It's so original and creative. The romance tacked onto the end felt rushed; they were enemies, what, yesterday?
The Sentinel of Braidward Library by Ben Green 5/5
This gave me the same feeling I got with Terry Brooks' The Jerle Shannara trilogy. The creepy high-tech traps and feeling like you know the characters won't find what they're looking for. Another really different way to incorporate a library in the story.
Lost in Shadow by R.L. Medina 4/5
Pretty sure this is somewhere between books I. The author's GRIMM series? Does okay as a standalone, but I do need a backstory about the characters' past interactions to fully get it I think.
Awakening by Nicole Zoltack 4/5
Alan & his friends accidentally end up in a weird bookshop & discover some strange things. This one is really short and throws you in the middle of the story of an apocalyptic future thing (maybe?).
Bookwyrm by Sudha Kuruganti 5/5
Fun story connected to the author's Legend Valley series about what happens in the school library while students are studying for midterms.
Omens for Wayward Witches by Jessa Lucas 5/5
What? Another academy story in the school library? Yes. And the third academy book series to add to my TBR thanks to this anthology. Mika is searching for answers from a spirit but learns to accept a part of herself she didn't like instead.
The Secrets of Ossadiyah by C.L. Cannon 5/5
Meena & Bellamy's journey to the grimoire was fantastic, but that twist at the end! I would love to see this continue.
I ‘d definitely recommend this book to a friend, and each of the authors has been added to my TBR. I can’t wait to get into it and see how these stories continue.