Amazon Ink

Amazon Ink

by Lori Devoti
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Amazon Ink 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
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Mommythatlovestoread More than 1 year ago
I thought the plot was great, I also understand the need to protect her own family, and she also had great empathy for the families of the murdered children which is why she risked herself and her way of life to let the families know about the girls. She also went toe to toe with the tribe to try and track down the killer herself. If she was uncaring than she would have just gone on with her life and let them deal with everything including letting them deal with the police on their own. I hope the next book in the series comes out soon.
LVN_Misty More than 1 year ago
I thought this was a good book, it was a little slow in some parts but for the most part it was good. I hope this is just the first in a series because I would like to see more of the characters and watch them grow.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was a little skeptical of the plotline when I first read the description, but the author did an amazing job of melding the old Amazonian mythos with the modern world. I am very eagerly anticipating a sequel.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
A decade ago, her Amazon tribe killed her newborn boy because of his gender; irate with the priestess whom she believed killed her child and outraged by the silence of her warrior band of sisters, Melanippe Saka does the unthinkable and leaves. She takes her daughter Harmony with her; and is pleased when her warrior mom and priestess grandma leave with them. Mel opens up a tattoo parlor in Madison, Wisconsin. Her idyllic life ends when someone dumps the murdered corpses of two Amazonians on her doorstep; each on a different date. Mel knows someone has given her a warning that she is the target of an unknown predator. She fears for her family especially her teenage daughter, but wonders if it is the priestess, rogue warriors, or someone even more devious. Unsurprisingly, the cops suspect her, but surprisingly her former tribe also suspects her. All this is going on with the vital need being to hire someone; preferably a female, for the shop. This is an interesting urban fantasy starring a courageous amazon whose fumbling investigation seems apropos for an amateur sleuth as she is like a bull in a china shop once she begins her bungled inquiry. The story line is fast-paced but Mel makes it work as her actions bring the fantasy elements especially the nomadic Amazons alive and well in Madison. With a fabulous late twist, Lori Devoti sets up further AMAZON INK thrillers. Harriet Klausner
Meryta More than 1 year ago
The story was not catchy enough, I have tried to finish it but I can't seem to do it.
kitkat3ny More than 1 year ago
I really wanted to like this book but it was just so boring! Aside from being predictable, it wasn't even interesting. Someone has been murdering and dumping young girls on Mel's doorstep. Instead of having empathy for the families involved, she just dumps the girls elsewhere and notifies no one. What a cowardly and selfish heroine. It's such a pity this story didn't appeal to me, because I love the idea of a powerful matriarchal society. I'm not sure what went wrong, but this book has all elements needed to ensure a good urban fantasy. This story is vastly different from the usual urban fantasy but once I cracked this book open, the story seem just mundane and lagging. This book reminds me of Ann Aguirre's Blue Diablo, nothing but fluff and hype. I do concede that perhaps this book just isn't for me, however, I have given the author 2-stars for the effort of originality. I definitely will not be reading the next book in the series Amazon Queen.