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Ink Exchange (Wicked Lovely)

4 Ratings: 2.5
A book by Melissa Marr

Starred Review. Grade 9 Up—This urban fairy tale, a sequel toWicked Lovely(HarperTeen, 2007), is impossible to put down. Leslie lives with a father who has given up on life, a drug-abusing brother who allowed his dealer to rape Leslie in lieu of … see full wiki

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Author: Melissa Marr
Genre: Teens
Publisher: HarperCollins
4 reviews about Ink Exchange (Wicked Lovely)
review by . August 07, 2010
Ink Exchange is the second novel in Melissa Marr's Wicked Lovely series.  Of course, Marr, being the complex and fascinating writer that she is, chooses not to keep her readers on the edge of their seats by disrupting the sequence of the series.  You shouldn't make the mistake of believing this novel to be the sequel to Wicked Lovely.  This novel, which examines the story of Aislinn's friend Leslie, is a companion to rather than the sequel for Wicked Lovely.     …
review by . November 13, 2009
Review courtesy of [...]    Wicked lovely was one of my favorite paranormal YA reads in recent years. I immediately connected with Aislinn and Seth, and was completely captivated by the Faerie world that Melissa Marr had created. So I fully expected to be equally enchanted by Ink Exchange. After all, it's the same wonderful world, and some of the same wonderful characters. So why am I left feeling slightly disappointed?      A human girl is singled …
review by . June 29, 2008
I had thought maybe it was just me and my own inability to get into this book. I loved Wicked Lovely and had high hopes for Ink Exchange. Maybe this is the downfall of this book; it just didn't live up to Wicked Lovely. It seems, after reading several reviews here on Amazon, that I'm not alone in my feelings for Ink exchange: It was good, just not as good as I'd hoped it would be.    Leslie, friend of Aislinn from Wicked Lovely, wants to retake control of her life; her mother's …
review by . June 10, 2008
Leslie has led a troubled life ever since her mother walked out on her family. Her father has turned to alcohol and can't be depended on to do anything like paying the bills unless he's in a good mood. Her brotherRen has turned to drugs, and unfortunately, hanging out with than crowd under the influence has caused horrible things to happen to Leslie. But Leslie is so ashamed and tries to hide it. She refuses to tell her friends and works as a waitress so she can pay the bills. She feels trapped …
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