The Ink Bridge

The Ink BridgeThe Ink Bridge by Neil Grant
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The stories of Omed and Hec, two young men who can’t and won’t speak. Omed is an Afghan trying to escape the Taliban. Hec is an Australian trying to escape his memories. The first two parts are the boys’ stories up until their late teens, and the last part is Hec’s journey, as an adult, to find Omed. While this is a good book, it really didn’t move me the way I thought it would. Three colleagues have read it and loved it.

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See Bev’s Book Blog review of The Ink Bridge here.


2 comments on “The Ink Bridge

  1. So sorry you didn’t enjoy The Ink Bridge as much as I did!

  2. It’s all good! That’s what makes book of the year so fun to guess. 😉

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