Friday, September 13, 2013

Review: Figments of Imagination #1 The Pen and The Poet By: Carter Tachikawa

Figments of Imagination #1: The Pen and the PoetFigments of Imagination #1: The Pen and the Poet by Carter Tachikawa
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

*********This was a Goodreads Giveaway Read, Thank You Goodreads******

Kellan, from another place and time, has a story that is very haunted with a killer that brought the events that led to his demise. Yanagisawa Umi (Umi) lives in present day Tokyo, she is a writer or at least wants to be.
A mysterious pen is found, a even more mysterious death of a person that has no organs, a killer on the loose with the same M.O. as years before, and the link that transcends all possibility between Kellan and Umi. With similar backgrounds and the same drive to write there is more in common between the two than on the surface.
This is the first book in what is to be six. I look forward to seeing where and how this author is going to take the story. It is well written with some pages that you devour to delve further into the story. There is a "newness" to the writing, yet the story seems fresh and new that the reader finds easy to slip into. The more experience Ms. Tachikawa has the more her talent will develop.
Want a fantasy/thriller/mystery this will fill you, but be warned.. you might find the beginnings of a new author to follow.

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