Evangelina Marquez-James gets her first tattoo, a symbol of courage to carry on after her husband dies in the line of duty as a police officer. The skin art is of an elite yet obscure super heroine created by a forgotten 1940s artist.
A solar disturbance triggers a metamorphosis in her new ink, enabling Evangelina with the ability to transform into the embodiment of the character complete with powers. She sets out to wage war against the types of vermin who murdered her husband.
Acid, a sociopathic killer who can assume the form of his warlord tattoo, seeks the artist's original sketchbook. When Evangelina comes into possession of the drawing pad, Acid not only tracks it down, but her family as well, forcing her into a standoff with his nightmarish army born of ink.
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Ok, so this book--is in one of my top five of the year so far. I grabbed this in NetGalley because it looked different and kinda fun. I needed to mix up my genre reading a bit and I was like, "Eh, what harm could it do?" Well, apparently a whole heap of harm to my sleep cycle! Not only is the writing just masterful in this book, the characters are so well written that they come alive and just sucker punch you in each scene. I am seeing a trend with Male writers lately writing some of my favorite female lead characters. I am sort of an odd bird though. I don't find women that strong minded as b*tches. I find them as strong and masterful. Eve is one of those masterful characters that I found myself wanting to be so much that I was putting myself in her shoes while I read the book. Which is kinda fitting considering the storyline. So, ok, for all yous that want to know what is so 'fantastic' about this book. Let me give you the low down. In Tattoo Rampage there is a world were Tattoos go to die. It is called Inkscape--think Cool World but like ten thousand times better. I literally turned into one of those creepy fangirls. I was screaming FEELS FEELS FEELS in my living room while reading! I never do that. But let me tell you Zig and Eve, they can give the Feels to a Nun! It is really hard to fully just dive in and tell you what makes this book pack the punch that it did for me. I just think this author knew what he was doing. I needed something fresh, different, and smart and I got it! All the characters were powerful and I was crying and screaming laughing (a lot, mostly I blame Zig for that) All I know is that I want more of Zig and Eve. I don't think my writing life will be complete until I get more Zig and Eve in my life! *I received a copy of this book from Curiosity Quills Press/Dave Jackson Via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*