by Michelle Rene

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BN ID: 2940159167057
Publisher: Annorlunda Books
Publication date: 03/07/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,148,908
File size: 434 KB

About the Author

Michelle Rene is a creative advocate and the author of a number of published works of science fiction, historical fiction, humor and everything in between. You may have also seen her work under the pen names Olivia Rivard and Abigail Henry. She has won several indie awards for her historical fiction novel, I Once Knew Vincent.

Michelle’s favorite places in the world are museums, galleries, and libraries. Everyone who creates tells a story of some kind or another. Whether she’s painting, writing, or making a video game, Michelle is dedicated to her obsession with storytelling.

When not writing, she is a professional artist and all around odd person. She lives as the only female, writing in her little closet, with her husband, son, and ungrateful cat in Dallas, Texas. You can find her online at

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Tattoo 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Sandy Masia for Readers' Favorite Michelle Rene's Tattoo tells a story of the world after Judgement Day. It's nothing like the old religious texts had predicted, because as punishment humans have to go through life with their most intimate details and sins tattooed on their skin. With each transgression a new tattoo appears on the body. Gone are the days of anonymity and innocence; everyone knows who everyone is. Then a child appears, Jane Sparrow, who is totally unmarked, becoming the subject of controversy and social polarization. Her presence, her nature, is a mystery to all. In a world where everyone is marked, where no one is innocent, what does her existence mean? Who is she? What is she capable of? Is it a good thing or a bad thing? The first thing you notice is the truly ingenious premise of Tattoo. Michelle Rene is creative. I can't remember the last time I came across an idea so mind-blowingly beautiful, rich and thought provoking. Michelle Rene follows through on her promise to be as interesting with some eloquent writing, fantastic character development and an outstanding story. It isn't conventional, nothing about Tattoo is, but that is what makes Tattoo work so well. A human story for the self-absorbed, cynical and disinterested world we live in. Michelle Rene's writing will get you in touch with your altruistic side. You thought it was gone? Believe me it's somewhere in there. Michelle's writing cuts deep like that. She will make you reflect on humanity's moral nature. She will challenge your cynicism and maybe resurrect some hope in you. It's a work of fiction, yes, but it has far more to say about our nature than it does about anything else. Tattoo is a masterpiece, through and through.