Bookstagram Accounts You Should Be Following

 

Before I present to you the bookstagram accounts that I personally love, let me define first the word BOOKSTAGRAM.

Bookstagram – is a community on instagram that is all about books. People in this community posts bookish photos and talk about books and there’s a bunch of book tags that everyone is doing.

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Blood, Ink & Fire by Ashley Mansour (e-Arc Review)

 

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Blood, Ink & Fire

Author: Ashley Mansour

Genre; Young Adult, Science Fiction

Publication Date: December 1, 2015

Date Read: April 27, 2015

Publisher: Upturn Publishing

Format: e-arc

Pages: 464

Ratings: 5 out of 5 stars


SUMMARY FROM GOODREADS :

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 The written word has been replaced by an ever-present stream of images known as Verity. In the controlling dominion of the United Vales of Fell, reading is obsolete and forbidden, and readers themselves do not—cannot—exist.
But where others see images in the stream, teenager Noelle Hartley sees words. She’s obsessed with what they mean, where they came from, and why they found her.

Noelle’s been keeping her dangerous fixation with words a secret, but on the night before her seventeenth birthday, a rare interruption in the stream leads her to a mysterious volume linked to an underworld of rebel book lovers known as the Nine of the Rising. With the help of the Risers and the beguiling boy Ledger, Noelle discovers that the words within her are precious clues to the books of the earlier time—and as a child of their bookless age, she might be the world’s last hope of bringing them back.

Blood, Ink & Fire is a gripping, evocative tale that asks, who would we be without books?

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