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    Rachel Caine(Author)

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Held prisoner by the Burner forces in Philadelphia, Jess and his friends struggle to stay alive in the face of threats from both sides ...but a stunning escape guarantees worse is coming. The Library now means to stop them by any means necessary, and they'll have to make dangerous allies and difficult choices to stay alive. They have only two choices: face the might of the Great Library head on, or be erased from life, and the history of the world, for ever.Win or die.

Praise for Paper and Fire Paper and Fire made me weep, clench my fists in anger, and gape in amazement. It was an engaging ride from beginning to end. Caffeinated Book Reviewer Ocean s Eleven meets The Hunger Games, with Logan s Run and The DaVinci Code thrown in for good measure. Kings River Life MagazineThis exciting, fast-paced adventure from the prolific Caine will appeal to fans of fantasy with a sense of camaraderie. Library JournalA fantastic sequel...[a] cliff-hanger ending. The BiblioSanctum Praise for Ink and Bone Rachel Caine transports the reader to an imaginary future world where a Great Library controls all knowledge and the private ownership of printed books is a radical, dangerous practice. #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Deborah HarknessDark, riveting, heart-in-the-throat storytelling, with characters who caught me up and hold me even now. A don't-miss read! New York Times Bestselling Author Tamora PierceCaine s elegantly detailed descriptions bring Jess s world to vivid life in a fast-paced, action-oriented plot that will leave readers breathlessly anticipating not just the next page but the next book in the Great Library series. Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)Fans will fall in love with Jess and want the next book out immediately. USA Today" --.

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  • PDF | 368 pages
  • Rachel Caine(Author)
  • Allison & Busby (11 July 2017)
  • English
  • 7
  • Young Adult

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  • By Berni on 16 July 2017

    The Great Library series is one my favourite to date, it has kept me hooked since I read book 1.On the edge of my seat I read nonstop, after all they've been though to escape Alexandria and survive, to this! After reading each book I am always left wondering what it would be like to live in that world, it doesn't bare thinking about. How will this all end for the friends? Can forgiveness be found for the great betrayals? I must have more. I have to know what will happen to them all.

  • By Tracy Jones on 27 August 2017

    I have to say that I've been most impressed by the stories so far and hope they continue to be as exciting. Yet again Ash and quill have made me root for the little band of friends ans I will be waiting for the next installment

  • By Sara on 30 August 2017

    Can't wait for the next book in the series. Just when you think you know what is coming next you are off again in a different direction. Brilliant as are all her books, thank you.

  • By Guest on 4 September 2017

    Clever, well written. Some novel concepts. As one would expect from RC steam punk abounds. Characters are believable and well presented.

  • By Rose Quartz Reads on 16 July 2017

    Ash and Quill was one of my highest anticipated books of the year, and it definitely lived up to my expectations.The third instalment in The Great Library series expands to new corners of Caine's hugely vast world, and I honestly can't get enough of it. We see more from the minds of the burners, as well as more from Jess' family of book smugglers, and the lines between good and bad become even more blurred in the process. Three books in, and there are still more aspects of this alternate fantasy universe to learn about, and I love it.The characters are all back and just as beautiful and dumb and lovable. Their growing relationships is something I look forward to every book. I kind of forgot what happened from the last book (I always do) but the dynamics between the core 7 characters were what really sucked me back into the story and helped me find my place in what was happening again.I don't think I enjoyed this book as much as Paper and Fire, which was probably my favourite in the series so far. For me it lacked a little bit of the drive the first two books had, and I couldn't help but find myself wanting the narration to be omniscient sometimes rather than limited to just Jess' perspective. I wanted to get inside the heads of the other characters a little more and see the intimate moments rather than having Jess need to be present in order for me to see them. But I think that's largely down to me just loving the characters too much and wanting as much of them as I can have.Overall, this was an excellent continuation of one of my favourite series', and I'm so glad I'll be getting two more books of these characters and this world, because I'm definitely not ready for it to end just yet.Diversity Note: The 7 core characters include characters from England, Wales, Germany, Spain and Italy, a Middle Eastern Muslim girl (who wears a hijab), and a M/M relationship. (Note that the book is told entirely from the perspective of the English character.)Warnings: violence, death, blood, mentions of past torture

  • By OwLz89 on 22 July 2017

    I was intoduced to this book series sometime this year and I have never finished a book series this quick, love the authors writing style and the character's within the book. it's ashame i've finished it too quick. I would highly recommend this book series!!

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