Waiting on Wednesday – White Space by Ilsa J. Bick

Posted 24 July, 2013 by Danny in Danny, Featured, Meme, Waiting on Wednesday / 28 Comments

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White Space by 

 Series Dark Passages #1

Expected publication: February 11th 2014 by Egmont USA

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White Space by Isla J Bick

Love this cover! And again with the feathers… 

Ilsa Bick’s WHITE SPACE, pitched as The Matrix meets Inkheart, about a seventeen-year-old girl who jumps between the lines of books and into the white space where realities are created and destroyed – but who may herself be nothing more than a character written into being from an alternative universe, to Greg Ferguson at Egmont, in a two-book deal, by Jennifer Laughran at Andrea Brown Literary Agency (NA

I love Isla J. Bick and her Ashes series was incredibly awesome! Even though a clear synopsis is missing just this sentence actually sold me:

 “The Matrix meets Inkheart, about a seventeen-year-old girl who jumps between the lines of books and into the white space where realities are created and destroyed – but who may herself be nothing more than a character written into being from an alternative universe”  

hello awesome!!!

 

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28 Responses to “Waiting on Wednesday – White Space by Ilsa J. Bick”

  1. I agree that Matrix + Inkheart really sells it. Have you read Inkheart, Danny? If so, did you read it back when you were still reading books in German? I’ve read one of Funke’s books. I think it was Inkheart but I can’t remember.

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  2. I haven’t read anything by this author but I feel like I really need to. I know the Ashes series was a big winner all around. I don’t remember reading anything negative about it. It just kind of passed me by. This one does sound so amazing. A character (maybe) who jumps between white spaces- that is so out there! Gotta mark this one down as a must read!
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