Welcome to The Friday 56 hosted by Freda’s Voice.


This is a really fun meme!

The only rules are to grab a book (any book), turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader and find a sentence or a few (no spoilers) that grabs you and post it.

Then go over to Freda’s Voice and leave your link so we can visit your 56!

My 56 for this week is actually from tow different books with the same title. I received them in the same week and plan to review them together once I’m finished reading them.

Ink and Bone

by Lisa Unger



Genre: Mystery/Thriller, Paranormal

From 56% in the eBook.

Wolf thought about the man’s family. How infuriating it must be to have a technology that could help you find your missing loved one and then not be able to use it. The delays for reasons of legality seemed inhumane to the point of being Kafkasque when you were frantic with fear and everyone else was following rules. How many hours did the police spend grilling Wolf and Merri while Abbey’s abductor was getting farther and farther away?


Read on if you want to know more.


An instant page-turner (Lisa Gardner) that straddles the line between thriller and horror…sure to appeal to a wide range of readers, including Stephen King fans. (Booklist, starred) A young woman’s mysterious gift forces her into the middle of a dangerous investigation of a little girl’s disappearance.

Twenty-year-old Finley Montgomery is rarely alone. Visited by people whom others can’t see and haunted by prophetic dreams, she has never been able to control or understand the things that happen to her. When Finley’s abilities start to become too strong for her to handle – and even the roar of her motorcycle or another dazzling tattoo can’t drown out the voices – she turns to the only person she knows who can help her: her grandmother Eloise Montgomery, a renowned psychic living in The Hollows, New York.

Merri Gleason is a woman at the end of her tether after a ten-month-long search for her missing daughter, Abbey. With almost every hope exhausted, she resorts to hiring Jones Cooper, a detective who sometimes works with psychic Eloise Montgomery. Merri’s not a believer, but she’s just desperate enough to go down that road, praying that she’s not too late. Time, she knows, is running out.

As a harsh white winter moves into The Hollows, Finley and Eloise are drawn into the investigation, which proves to have much more at stake than even the fate of a missing girl. As Finley digs deeper into the town and its endless layers, she is forced to examine the past, even as she tries to look into the future. Only one thing is clear: The Hollows gets what it wants, no matter what.



Ink and Bone

The Great Library #1

by Rachel Caine



Genre: YA Fantasy

From page 56 in the paperback.

Wolfe emerged from the single entrance and walked into the center of the room.

“You stand in the first daughter library of Alexandria, the first Serapeum. In this room, copies of great works from the stores of the Great Library were first made available to anyone who cared to come and read them…..even women, though that was not a common practice at the time. Alexandria was the first place in the world to encourage common people to read and learn. The first to educate without regard to status, creed, sex, or religion. You stand in the birthplace of our history.”


Read on if you want to know more.


In an exhilarating new series, “New York Times” bestselling author Rachel Caine rewrites history, creating a dangerous world where the Great Library of Alexandria has survived the test of time.
Ruthless and supremely powerful, the Great Library is now a presence in every major city, governing the flow of knowledge to the masses. Alchemy allows the Library to deliver the content of the greatest works of history instantly but the personal ownership of books is expressly forbidden.
Jess Brightwell believes in the value of the Library, but the majority of his knowledge comes from illegal books obtained by his family. Jess has been sent to be his family s spy, but his loyalties are tested in the final months of his training to enter the Library s service.
When his friend inadvertently commits heresy by creating a device that could change the world, Jess discovers that those who control the Great Library believe knowledge is more valuable than any human life and soon both heretics and books will burn.”



Did you happen to notice that one of the central characters for each story has the same name too? Wolf and Wolfe.  Pretty wild!


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  1. Bev Bouwer says:

    What a coincidence. Both sound good, but I think I prefer the first. Here’s my Friday Book.

    • fuonlyknew says:

      I know. And I’m thinking the first one is more my taste. But I’ve got hopes for both of these as I’ve started them and they’ve both grabbed me quickly.

  2. The second one looks a whole lot less frightening then the first one! LOL I mentioned on another blog today that I am a wuss. 😉 I’d love for you and your readers to check out mine… http://tinyurl.com/LisaKsBookReviewsTGC

  3. Kathy Martin says:

    I’ve read the second one and am intrigued by the first one. I’ll have to add it to my list. My book this week is Seconds to Live by Melinda Leigh – a romantic suspense title. Happy reading!

    • fuonlyknew says:

      I’m excited to share reviews for both when I’m finished reading them. Should be fun:)

  4. I want to read both but that is a weird coincidence about the name.

    Friday Memes

  5. I read Lisa Unger’s Ink and Bone, and couldn’t help noticing that Rachel Caine had a book of the same title. I haven’t read Caine’s book, as I’m an Unger fan. lol.

    Thanks for sharing, and here’s mine: “SWEETBITTER”

    • fuonlyknew says:

      I’m excited to see how different they are and this is my first books by both authors.

  6. Yes, I’ll take some please. :-)
    sherry @ fundinmental Friday Memes

  7. Breana M. says:

    Both books sound great! :-)

  8. Both are on my TBR but for some reason I hadn’t put it together that they had the same name!

  9. Unger’s book sounds too scary for me, but both books sound like they have good plots. I’ll look for your reviews.
    My Friday post features THE LITTLE FRENCH GUESTHOUSE.

  10. Freda Mans says:

    I’ve been trying to win a copy of this one. :-) Happy weekend!

  11. kentuckygal50 says:

    This sounds interesting…always when there’s a little psychic activity and a missing child. I found the covers interesting as well, although considering the title, I think the b/w (or greyscale, or whatever it is called) is a more fitting cover for the book.

    Thanks for visiting!

    • fuonlyknew says:

      It’s actually two completely different books and authors. Makes it double the fun:)

  12. I’ve been eyeing Ink and Bone. It sounds like a compelling read.

  13. Hfineisen says:

    I have both on my list! Happy Reading!

  14. How funny that you received both at the same time. In the first excerpt, I totally agree with the character, how frustrating! I really want to read Rachel Caine’s Ink and Bone and yes, the same title and name!

  15. yvonne473 says:

    I’ve been wanting to read the Lisa Unger book. Looks good.

  16. Anne Bennett says:

    I tend to not select horror fiction but this one sounds pretty thrilling. I hope you enjoy it.

    • fuonlyknew says:

      Horror, suspense, thrillers. They are top on my list. But I’ll read any genre:)

  17. LadyD Piano says:

    So funny! This one draws you in and for me, wolves and bones makes me run away! lol Enjoy the compelling thriller!!

  18. Stacey says:

    I have these on my wishlist. They both look good. I hope you enjoy them.

  19. Rachel Caine’s book is amazing! And, Wolfe is one of my favorites!