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Strange ink by Gary Kemble

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Tattooing,
  • Nightmares,
  • Journalists,
  • Fiction

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementGary Kemble
The Physical Object
Pagination391 pages
Number of Pages391
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26974182M
ISBN 101785656430
ISBN 109781785656439
OCLC/WorldCa1019885386

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A sequel, Dark Ink, is scheduled to appear in October , but that will seem like too long a time for eager readers to wait." -Booklist ‘This book reads like a dropkick to the sternum. A skilled, vivid crafting of characters and their stories set against a backdrop of political corruption and old magic, Strange Ink is a powerhouse of a novel/5(7).   Gary Kemble has done a very smart thing in Strange Ink by creating a character that can be both the victim and the investigator. As a fallen Investigative Journalist, Harry has the chops to figure out what is going on with his body. On the surface, this book is a horror : Gary Kemble. The novel’s gritty realism viscerally and effectively conveys the discomfort of new ink, the oppressive heat of the Queensland summer, and the horrors of war and murder.   'This book reads like a dropkick to the sternum. A skilled, vivid crafting of characters and their stories set against a backdrop of political corruption and old magic, Strange Ink is a powerhouse of a novel. Horror fans take note: Gary Kemble has arrived.' Rio /5().

Strange Ink is a bold and ambitious novel, one part neo-noir novel, one part thriller and one part visceral ghost story that ditches the typical quiet, and suggestive tropes of the genre for a full-on blood-soaked and violent take on the haunted house/ haunted protagonist story.   'This book reads like a dropkick to the sternum. A skilled, vivid crafting of characters and their stories set against a backdrop of political corruption and old magic, Strange Ink is a powerhouse of a novel. Horror fans take note: Gary Kemble has arrived.' Rio Author: Gary Kemble.   Strange Ink @ Titan Books. When washed-up journalist Harry Hendrick wakes one morning with a hangover and a strange symbol tattooed on his neck, he shrugs it off as a bad night out. But soon more tattoos appear: grisly, violent images which come accompanied by horrific nightmares – so he begins to dig : Gary Kemble.   Book Review: Strange Ink by Gary Kemble Novem “A lovely mash-up of genres, Strange Ink is a great start to what promises to be a cracking new series.”Author: Bob Pastorella.

  Spine-chilling horror in the vein of Joe Hill. After moving into a new house, journalist Harry Hendrick wakes up with tattoos that aren't his When washed-up journalist Harry Hendrick wakes one . Ink is a book that is made up of various concepts taken from other stories. No way to sugar coat that. From the endless and annoying versions of fairytales with the meanings and stories changed slightly (there's basically two versions of sleeping beauty in this book), /5. Strange Ink is a powerful novel that will leave an indelible mark on your soul much like that tattoo you got on holiday from a dirty back street tattoo parlour. Strange Ink: Gary Kemble. Reviewed By Fiona Dodwell. Paperback: pages Publisher: Titan Books Ltd (9 Oct. ) Strange Ink is a twisted novel from the mind of author Gary Kemble, which follows the story of fed-up and newly single news journalist Harry Hendrick.