Friday, March 2, 2012

Review: A Good and Useful Hurt

Title: A Good and Useful Hurt
Author: Aric Davis
Series: ---
Publisher: 47North
Publication Date: February 21, 2012
How Received: For Review 
Reviewer: Kati

Summary:  Mike is a tattoo artist running his own shop, and Deb is the piercing artist he hires to round out the motley crew at his studio of four. The last thing either expects is romance, but that’s exactly what happens when they follow their off-kilter careers and love lives into complete disaster. 
When Mike follows a growing trend and tattoos the ashes of deceased loved ones into several customers’ tattoos, he has no idea that it will one day provide the solution—and solace—he will sorely need. And when the life of a serial killer tragically collides with the lives of those in the tattoo shop, Mike and Deb will stop at nothing in their quest for revenge, even if it means stepping outside the known boundaries of life and death.
Ink that is full of crematory ashes, a sociopathic killer, and pain in its most raw form combine for one of the most imaginative, haunting thrillers in recent memory. Full of wit and heart, A Good and Useful Hurt delivers the goods with the pain of a needle in skin.

Ok so im just going to come out and say it... This book is fucked up. Next I need to say that I absolutely loved this book. But be warned it's only for open minded people. It has swearing, tattoo's, odd piercings and crude language. Or as I would like to say this book has a bit of spunk. Can you handle it? I would have loved to meet Deb if she was real. I'm glad I accepted this book for the tour and I can't wait for more from this author. I just wish I would have gotten the book on time. 

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