The Death of Ink by M.M. John

ImageFifteen-year-old Paige Langley’s life has always revolved around good grades and escaping her less than ideal home life…but once she meets Devon Connors, her life drastically changes. 

Although, they share an instant attraction, Devon’s concealing a dark past. And an even darker secret…there’s a dead girl haunting him nightly. 

Resolute to win the school’s writing contest, Paige will do just about anything to achieve her goals. So after she finds a binder containing information on a past murder and the illegal activities of the students, she believes the stories are fictional and the perfect way to win the contest. 

But the owner of the manuscript, Devon Connors, has other plans. To keep Paige from exposing his secrets, Devon befriends her and even offers to help her write a winning story for the contest. 

The chemistry between Paige and Devon is undeniable, but Paige doesn’t know if she can trust him. The deeper she digs into the dark underbelly of their high school, the more she realizes that some secrets are better left buried.

Review:
MM John affects me in a way which other authors haven’t. She blends the supernatural with reality with such skill that it’s hard to tell whether you are in the real or supernatural world. Her characters are intriguing and special and each demonstrate their own sense of character and purpose, even the minor ones. Her style of writing is unlike any I’ve encountered before. It’s undoubtedly the best thing to look for in a new author when the competition between YA books is so strong. I’m definitely looking forward to reading her next book!

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