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Pure Ink Tattoo Studios New Jersey’s Premier Tattoo Studios05.21.18

We have researched and listened to our clients about how to make their experience more comfortable. We now offer the one and only FDA approved numbing agents known within our industry! Numbing gel and spray for an almost Pain free tattoo experience. Read more

Pure Ink now offers tattoo removal with our Ink Delete service! With an all natural based removal system and practically pain-free we are once again on top of our game in this industry and will continue to offer our clients the best! This is a top-notch alternative to laser removal and worth looking into! Read more

We are always taking applications. Experienced Artists, Piercers, and Receptionist positions are always an interest to Pure Ink and its growing staff! Feel free to apply anytime.

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Skin Art Gallery – 31 Photos & 33 Reviews – Tattoo – 4297 …05.18.18


My boyfriend got his ears pierced and I got a tattoo here. The piercers were efficient, friendly, and clean! Leidi was one of them and I didn’t catch the other girl’s name. I got my tattoo done by Jude and they were excellent accommodating me. They drew up a version of an image I brought in and their style fit me perfectly. I am so happy with how it turned out! The Saniderm they had is also awesome and I wish I had it for my other tattoos I have had done in be past. I would definitely recommend coming here for piercings or tattoos!!

Worked with John on my latest tattoo. Very professional and works to make your idea a reality. I had him do a Steampunk Owl, he had a good design idea for it and made it look great.

Kristie did my tattoo and I absolutely love it. She put her own spin on it and of course being a cat lady too she enjoyed doing the artwork. I plan on going back for more!

Got tattooed by Shayla. So hot, her art is awesome too! Pretty stoked to get back into her bed and get poked!

Very unwelcoming. Came into get a little tattoo and he brushed me off because it wouldn’t make him enough money I guess. Went somewhere else for that because he seemed like a real jerk. But got a dermal piercing removed before asking about the tattoo. The piercer was amazing! I was nervous because they were in my cheeks , but it was soPainless

This is a review for Ryan he’s the guy that’s going to poke you with a needle. Very professional. He’s going to ease you into your piercing session. Place is clean! They have a lot of street cred…why I chose to go here…I’m just here to solidify that!Also great selection of metal 😉

Went in to get my nipples done and was SUPER nervous. Leydi made me feel super comfortable and did an amazing job. It was super clean. Will definitely be recommending this place to friends!

Greatness…Wifey and I got fresh ink by Dan…I saw his work online and reached out to Dan, I sent him a few pics for reference & he killed it!!!We are both very pleased with his work, he exceeded our expectations…looking forward to collaborating with him on future pieces…The shop is clean and staff very professional…Highly recommend…

I have actually been to Skin Art a few times over the past decade. Each iteration I received incredibly friendly service, but my experience today takes the cake. I cannot speak highly enough of Ryan’s (body mod/piercing artist) expertise, professionalism, skill, patience, and artistry. He was confident, knowledgable, and answered all of my questions succinctly and thoroughly all while being incredibly friendly and not the least bit impatient about my pre-piercing nerves.The rest of the staff, while I had very limited dealings with them, were very friendly, and the shop was clean. The atmosphere of the shop is, generally speaking, very comfortable and professional.

I got my daith pierced by Ryan 2 days ago (this was my first inner ear piercing). He was professional and walked me through the process and piercing was over before I knew it. The shop was clean and I was greeted as soon as entered. Good place I will go back for my cartilage.

Was guided to this store by its sister shop, legacy arts tattoo’s. I was getting my first tattoo as well as my gf and her sister. The new tattoo artist, Christie, was extremely patient and helped us walk through the process of getting our tattoo’s. She could not have done the tattoos’ any better, we were extremely happy with it. It was a great experience and will be coming back for more tattoo work.

I stopped in a few times, randomly, to swap out my belly piercing. The guys here are great and always willing to help.

I mainly get work done by the owner Richard Garcia, but every single artist at this shop is a special kind of talented! I am very blessed to have found a shop that is overall amazing! Come here you won’t regret it!!

I was looking for the best place to get my nose pierced and I decided upon this place. I am so glad that I did!! Ryan was the best in explaining the process. This was my second time I got my nose pierced. The first time I had it done the piercer was the worst in giving me after care instructions. Ryan was quick and it was a lot less painful than the last time that I got it done. He was very thorough and provided detailed aftercare instructions. Very Professional. I HIGHLY recommend Skin Art Gallery for piercings.

I went here to get pierced tonight and after a previous bad experience at another parlor, I was a little worried. But the piercer was fantastic and while getting a snug, I didn’t feel any pain, just a pinch and it was all over. I’m already set to get my industrial redone here.

I have wanted to get my daith pierced I called and asked if their piercer was in and spoke to Ryan that said come on in. I showed up and only had a 10 minute wait Ryan was great he did a fantastic job talked me through the whole thing which I appreciate. He pulled the instruments out of the sterilizer in front of me. I would recommend you see Ryan if you want a good painless piercing.

Let me begin by saying that I had neither a tat nor a piercing done here. I did however go in, in search of a new stud for my nostril piercing. While Skin Art had some gorgeous clickers that may have worked, they couldn’t sell any because they said the jewelry belonged to their piercer who was on vacation. Doesn’t seem like anyway to run a business but at least they were polite and referred me to their sister location, Legacy Tattoo in Carrollton. Please read my review for that experience.

Big Mike did a great job on my latest tattoo. Staff was friendly and the place is clean. What more can you ask for in a tattoo shop?Went there on a Saturday night thinking I would just get a price quote, which was very reasonable considering it took two hours of ink time for my job. I noticed a lot of walk-ins, but everyone was greeted nicely and those who wanted to get work done were seen within an hour at most.

Joe Tricomi did a great refresh to my old tattoo. He is the man. He takes his time and really takes pride in his work.

Everyone here is kind. They treat you with respect and help you develop your idea for a tattoo.

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TATTOOING Close Up (in Slow Motion) – Smarter Every Day …05.15.18

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I hope this video helps break a few of your stereotypes. I found that most Tattoo artists that I dealt with were very courteous professionals.

Shot with a Phantom Miro Camera

The awesome piano music by “A Shell In The Pit” is called:”Explodeface, Destroyer of Worlds” It can be downloaded here.…The song at 2:30 is called “Poacher Shack”…

A huge thanks to Seejay and Leah at Timepiece Tattoo. They were open and welcoming to some random nerd who asked if he could hang out and film in their shop.Seejay and Leah Tattoo here

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I like following Leah on Instagram, she posts fresh tattoos almost daily, as well as her original sketches and artwork. (guy that did the macaroni tattoo) and the owner of the shop.

While you’re at it, I have an instagram account too. I like to post rockets and interesting observations I make. I reserve the right to post “proud Dad” pictures.

Awesome coil and electromagnetic field graphic elements by Graphic Designer Emily Weddle

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A special thanks to Tattoos forever in Ft. Walton Beach Florida for teaching me about needles and letting me film in their shop.

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Come out of the World Part 1 of 4: Tattoos | United Church …05.12.18

Mr. Foster, Thanks for having the courage to address this subject in a comprehensive way. I don’t see why it should be controversial. The Bible is very clear on the matter. Clearer, for example than the biblical prohibition to not smoke and perhaps even why we should not keep Christmas–most claim to do it to honor Christ after all. What this “controversy” does show is the inherent human tendency to follow the latest trend. Our job as ministers and the church collectively is to not cower to the latest trend, but rather to clearly teach, as you did, the right way. We can also provide practical ideas to strengthen our young peoples’ (maybe even old people) resolve to not to just follow the latest “popular trend.” For example, I think that most young guys would understand why you would not spray paint graffiti on your Ferrari if you were lucky enough to own one. The human body, or the Temple of the Holy Spirit, to be more precise, is of much greater value than a Ferrari.Thanks again for speaking out on this. Your explaination was comprehensive, clear and most importantly based solidly on the Bible.

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Tattoos | United Church of God05.12.18


Body tattoos show up very often in todays culture. Once, these body etchings were limited to sailors and gang members, but this counter cultural phenomenon is tempting many to have ink injected into their skin. Is it right for a Christian to put marks on his or her body? Would God want you to use your skin as a billboard for your current philosophy of life? What if you change your mind? Tattoos are often painful and expensive to remove. Can we discover any principles in the pages of the Bible? Christianity is a way of life. Christians practice what the Bible teaches, for it is written three times in scripture that man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God (Deuteronomy 8:3 Deuteronomy 8:3And he humbled you, and suffered you to hunger, and fed you with manna, which you knew not, neither did your fathers know; that he might make you know that man does not live by bread only, but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of the LORD does man live.American King James Version, Matthew 4:4 Matthew 4:4But he answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.American King James Version, and Luke 4:4 Luke 4:4And Jesus answered him, saying, It is written, That man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God.American King James Version). So, it is only natural that a Christian would study the Bible to see if it has anything to say on the matter of wearing tattoos. This guide will lead you to discover the Biblical principles that apply to tattooing onesbody.

People claim to get tattooed for various reasons: For membership in a gang or group, to be cool or even to show independence or rebellion. What other reasons, if any, do you know for acquiring atattoo?

LEVITICUS 19:28 You shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor tattoo any marks on you: I am the LORD.

COMMENT: Bible scholars recognize that the context of the above verse is that of ways to worship God. Just as members of certain gangs today wear an identifying tattoo specific to their gang, worshipers of certain gods had tattoos to identify what god they worshiped. Childrens transferable stickers or tattoos are not true tattoos as they wash off. Likewise the stamp that amusement parks often place on the hand to allow re-entry is not a violation of the commandment. The red dot that an Indian woman will place on her forehead when she marries (but removes should she become a widow) is not a tattoo. (However, any false religious significance given to the dot would violate the first of the Ten Commandments. The URL for the discussion guide on the First Commandment is .)

1. Some feel that by having a tattoo of a Christian symbol or slogan (e.g. a cross, Praise the Lord, John 3:16 John 3:16For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.American King James Version;) they honor God. Some say it reminds them of their commitment and making that commitment publicly known. What does the above verse teach us about using tattoos to worship or glorify the trueGod?

2. Do you think the principle of worship found in John 4:23-24 John 4:23-24 23 But the hour comes, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeks such to worship him. 24 God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.American King James Versionwould apply to wearing a religious tattoo? Why or whynot?

JEREMIAH 31:19 Surely, after my turning, I repented; And after I was instructed, I struck myself on the thigh; I was ashamed, yes, even humiliated, Because I bore the reproach of myyouth.

3. Some want to be in. Would you say wearing tattoos is a fad? Are all fads sensible? What criteria do you use to decide which ones tofollow?

4. Fashions change, so one day tattoos will be out of style. How long do tattoos remain on theskin?

5. When tattoos are no longer chic, how would one feel who has one? Do Jeremiahs words come close to describing thefeeling?

6. People change their minds about what is attractive. Have you ever changed your mind about a clothing style or hairstyle, and then made the change in wardrobe or hairstyle? How hard are tattoos to remove? How painful? Howcostly?

7. When should we allow the values (including fashions) of the world around us to determine our behavior? Before answering, read and consider James 4:4 James 4:4You adulterers and adulteresses, know you not that the friendship of the world is enmity with God? whoever therefore will be a friend of the world is the enemy of God.American King James Versionand 1 John 2:15-17 1 John 2:15-17 15 Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him. 16 For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life, is not of the Father, but is of the world. 17 And the world passes away, and the lust thereof: but he that does the will of God stays for ever.American King James Version.

8. Which do you think is wiser: to do something that is permanent but will be popular for only a season, or to not adopt the popular, but passing,fad?

EXODUS 20:12 Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be long upon the land which the LORD your God is givingyou.

Another reason some teens get a tattoo is to rebel against their parents. One recent articlestated:

For college students anxious to rebel against their parents fashion sensibilities, getting a tattoo or piercing may be the modern-day equivalent of the 1960s-era fascination with long hair and love beads. (Piercings Are A Girls Best Friend? Body Art Study Shows Gender Preferences; Source: University of Florida, 2004-12-09, URL: )

9. What does God think of that attitudei.e. rebelling against onesparents?

10. What benefit is there to honoring ones parents? Why do you suppose thatis?

1 CORINTHIANS 6:19-20 Or do you not know that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you, whom you have from God, and you are not your own? For you were bought at a price; therefore glorify God in your body and in your spirit, which areGods.

1. To whom does your bodybelong?

2. How should we treat our bodies? Does a Christian have an obligation to God regarding caring for his flesh, or is a Christian free to decide what he will do to hisflesh?

3. If the body is the temple of God, what do you think of the analogy of a tattooed body being like a temple with graffiti on itswalls?

4. There is some evidence tattoos can have negative consequences on ones health*enough evidence for some states and local communities to have regulations for tattooing facilities, and enough evidence to raise concerns by the European Commission. Is taking unnecessary risks to our health showing proper care for the temple of the Holy Spirit? Why or whynot?

* Carolyn Chambers Clark, RN, EdD ( BellaOnlines Holistic Health Editor) lists among the most common adverse effects oftattoos:

1. Hypersensitivity to the red dye, cinnabar which contains mercury (a known braincontaminant).

2. Photosensitivity to the yellow pigment, cadmium (another toxicmetal).

3. Uptake of tattoo pigments by the lymph nodes has been documented, but the long-term effects areunknown.

4. Reports of transmission of syphilis and cutaneous tuberculosis haveoccurred.

5. Rare complications may include malignant malanomas, basal cell carcinomas, and granulomas at the designsite.

6. The most well-known infection from tattooing is hepatitis, which has been transmitted from tattoos. In one study, tattooing accounted for 41% of hepatitis Cinfections.

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1 CORINTHIANS 10:31 whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory ofGod.

1. In light of Leviticus 19:28 Leviticus 19:28You shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks on you: I am the LORD.American King James Version(quoted above), do you believe God is glorified by having atattoo?

2. Who should we try in all things toplease?

3. Instead of thinking negatively of what one cant do, think about how a person can apply this principle (doing all to Gods glory) positively. That is, what are some things a person could do to glorify God in ones: Appearance, Dress, Body andAttitude

1. What is the popular opinion among your peers regardingtattoos?

2. Characterize Gods point of view of tattoos based upon what youve learned from theBible.

3. If a friend asked you for advice concerning whether he or she ought to get a tattoo, what would yousay?

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Besides being an action God forbids, tattoos and body piercings have significant health risks. Puncturing the skin for either a tattoo or a piercing disrupts one of the largest organs of the body, the skin. Dirty needles and instruments can contain blood, body fluids and other materials that can lead to infection. Routine earlobe piercing is generally safe (and the Bible does mention earrings positively), but piercings in the upper ear or other body cartilage can cause physically deforming infections. Cartilage has no blood supply and therefore cannot fight infections (Tattoos and Piercings: Know the Dangers, Boeing Health Wellness Letter, April). One particular danger in getting tattoos and body piercings is the methicillin-resistant germ staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). A series of outbreaks of this drug-resistant bacteria occurred in individuals who visited unlicensed tattoo artists in Ohio and Kentucky in 2004 and 2005. All the affected individuals recovered after hospitalization, but MRSA can be fatal (Officials Say Some Tattoo Customers Developed Drug-Resistant Infections, Associated Press, June22).

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Piercing – Training – Course – UK Official Tattoo Academy05.11.18

My name is Chris, I currently work full time as a body piercer and tattoo artist, where I regularly perform up to (and above on occasion) 20 piercings per week, I have a great deal of experience in performing all body piercings. I have worked extremely hard in order to develop and hone my skills over the course of my career, I have attended numerous seminars and courses on body piercing over the years consider myself to be constantly learning and evolving as improvements are made in the industry.

The piercing course will give you a solid foundation on which to progress and build a career for yourself as a body piercer, needless to say this isn’t something for the squeamish or faint hearted but for those of you who have a genuine passion, a desire to learn and dedication to become a body piercer, then this is the course for you.

I will teach all the theoretical essentials, including legislation, health & safety, studio hygiene, cross contamination prevention and sterilisation techniques as well as the practical applications of all the most common piercings, this will include the ear, oral piercings, nostrils, nipples, the navel, surface piercings and dermal piercing.

I hope that you will take the opportunity to join us on this course and allow us to start you on your way to a career in body piercing future!

The course does not have a maximum age restriction, however you do need to be at least 18 to attend it. Students also get to do theory and practical piercing on live models and its certified.

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Free tattoo designs – TribalShapes.com05.11.18

Hi! You’ve reached This is a website dedicated to providing all types of original tribal tattoo designs and kanji tattoos for free. All images shown here are specially made for this website, and won’t be found in another one.

Besides tattoo designs, you will also find a bunch of information about the art of tattoos and tattooing. If you want further reading, go to the tattoo articles section, where most of the information about tattoos can be found. This may aid you in the decision making process.

If you have already read some of our articles, and you feel you are ready to make a decision, you can start browsing the different categories of our website. has gathered an incredible amount of free tattoo designs for you, ready to print and use. The collection in this website is numerous and varied, but the most important thing is that it’s always growing. At this time, our designers are adding, approximately, three tribal tattoos a week, and besides, new kanji translations are being added on a monthly basis. So don’t forget to check the site regularly and see what’s new.

So, you’re ready to take a look at our free tattoo designs! Here is all of our artwork conveniently divided into categories. Choose the one you like the most or start from the first one and continue with the rest.

What is it with animal tattoos that everybody wants them? These tattoos have been on the skins of people for a long time, and even longer on their paintings, sculptures and carvings. In fact, cave paintings from the Paleolithic age showing animals are a good piece of evidence that shows how far the close relationship between these creatures and human art goes.

Animals are always present in the lives and in the minds of most people. They are companions, friends, role models, even heroes for us.

There are plenty of reasons why people choose to get one of these tattoos, and they may all be unique, but there are two main ones that most people consider prominent.

The first one is the empathy or affect they feel towards a particular animal. Even when this seems to be a little shallow, it is a very common reason. The other reason is that people usually feel represented by or reflected in a virtue or characteristic of a particular animal.

Whatever your case is, if you’re looking for this type of tattoos, don’t miss our collection of animal tattoo designs!

Arm bands constitute a very popular type of tattoo, because they fit perfectly in some parts of the human anatomy. As their name implies, arm band tattoos can be perfectly worn around the arms, but they are not strictly limited to this part of the body. You can wear an arm band tattoo in other cylindrical body parts as the legs, the ankles and the wrists. In some cases, they will also look good in some areas like the upper back, right under the neck, and in the lower back.

Lower back tattoos are very similar to arm bands, with the small difference that they usually tend to have the central part a little lower than the sides, although this rule isn’t true in every case. These tattoos are among the most popular for girls and are usually associated with sensuality. brings you a very large category with both, arm band and lower back tattoos ready for you to print and get them inked. Don’t miss them!

The universe weights heavily on our minds and our history. The stars have been the center of many cultures, some of them so antique that we barely know of their existence.

Is it our attraction to the unknown what makes the universe so interesting? Well, we’re probably very far from answering that question, but what we can say for sure is that many people would like to have a sun tattoo on their skin. Wouldn’t you?

If this is your case, you’ve come to the right place, because our category of celestial bodies tattoos, has a great number of 100% original suns, stars and moons waiting for you. Take a look!

Are you a bad boy/girl? Then you will love this section of the site; yes, this are the evil creature tattoos!

Demon tattoos? Skull tattoos? Ghost tattoos? Yes, they are all great and give us that sweet feeling of rebellion.

Everyone who has a dark side will enjoy browsing our demoniac tattoos. Don’t wait any longer and choose your favorite tattoo from this section of our website.

Like with animal tattoos, we can show our sympathy and preference for some type of flower, plant or tree with one of these designs. They are original and there are many options.

Some people choose them because of their beauty and charm, and some may seek to reflect through them a deep respect for such beautiful creations of nature.

Flower tattoos are probably more commonly worn by women, but if you’re a man and think you won’t find anything suitable for you in this category, take a minute and have a quick look at, for example, our magnificent trees collection.

These are a classic among the classics. The heart has for generations been considered the key part of the body, the organ where feelings reside, where the soul is. It has always served as a symbol of uncountable expressions, and it continues to be tattooed in the skins of men and women to this day.

If you look at celebrities, you’ll see that many of them show proudly their heart tattoos. This is the case of: Miley Cyrus, Ewan Mc. Gregor, Ricky Martin, Avril Lavigne and Kelly Osbourne, among many others.

Don’t hesitate any longer and get inside this category right now!

Kanji tattoos became so popular for occidental people, that it isn’t hard to walk down the street and see one of these. The combination of significance and beauty of these characters is something that almost nobody can resist.

Don’t you think these symbols look themselves like a piece of art? We, occidentals, find these Japanese characters incredibly attractive. Their beauty together with their meaning will give as a result your personal kanji tattoo.

If like us, you just love this type of symbols, you’ve reached the perfect place, because here, in, we have an incredible collection of kanji tattoos reflecting all kind of words and phrases. Plus, the translations to Japanese are all made and certified by one of the best translation companies on the Internet: Applied Language Solutions.

Take a look now, and see if you find that word or phrase that reflects what you are, what you desire or what you believe in.

Let’s share our passion for that fantastic world where sorcerers and dragons have the most incredible battles. Yes, this is the world of mythology, a place to find the most perfect tattoo designs of dragons, flying serpents and phoenix, creatures born from the deepest corners of the human psyche.

Wherever or whenever they were born, these creatures are here to take over our imagination. With their long fangs and sharp claws, or their wings made of fire, they certainly catch our eyes and make us ask ourselves, how do they look so cool?

Our collection of dragons is a very special and valued part of our website, as we’ve been very dedicated to make it grow in number of designs and quality. As result, you will find a generous quantity of such tattoos. So don’t wait any longer, and go see it for yourself.

Ohhh music! Am I wrong or are you also listening to music at this very moment? I think not. Music is such an important part in our lives, that if it wasn’t there, we wouldn’t have harmony, dreams or emotion. That is why has added this new category to its database.

Yes, from now on, here you will find tattoo designs with all types of musical instruments and notes, submerged into the most beautiful tribal shapes you could imagine.

If you feel the fever of rock, pop, rap or reggae, this is your place, because here you will find a design that identifies your passion.

This category was born because you asked for it, so don’t hesitate to come back and see what new stuff you can come upon!

Well, yes… this is some kind of dump where all of our designs, that for some reason don’t fit in other categories, end up. But wait! Don’t think you won’t find awesome designs in here because of that.

Most ancient tribal tattoos were born as irregular shapes that didn’t look like animals, or flowers or anything else. In fact they were just random lines placed on different parts of the body for decorative reasons. Their evolution, through time and culture, ended in a modern type of tribal tattoos not that far from the original, composed by the same black lines, sometimes having different thickness or angles.

So if you want to have one of those decorative tattoos that look great if they find the right place in your body, this is your spot. Come in and enjoy browsing different shapes, regular or irregular, long or short, with thick or thin lines. You may find that tribal tattoo that fits your body perfectly.

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The Tattooist of Auschwitz: based on the heart-breaking …05.06.18

a sincere…moving attempt to speak the unspeakable * The Sunday Times * What an extraordinary and important book this is. We need as many memories of the Holocaust as we can retain, and this is a moving and ultimately uplifting story of love, loyalties and friendship amidst the horrors of war. I’m so glad Lale and Gita were eventually able to live long and happy lives together, and thankful that Heather Morris was moved to record their incredible story. It’s a triumph * Jill Mansell * Extraordinary – moving, confronting and uplifting . . . a story about the extremes of human behaviour: calculated brutality alongside impulsive and selfless acts of love. I recommend it unreservedly’ * Graeme Simsion, author of The Rosie Project * Based on the true story of Lale Sokolov, who is forced to tattoo numbers on his fellow concentration camp detainees’ arms. * The Bookseller * Nothing that I could possibly write here would be eloquent enough to convey to you how powerful and moving this book was. I could go on for pages telling you how well this is written, nothing is overdramatized…she just tell this tale that is at its bare bones a love story. I cried entire buckets of tears. Finally I will use the words of Lale “If you wake up in the morning, it is a good day” that it is. That it is * Netgalley Reviewer * What I loved so much about this book is that it actually made me stop and think; each and every one of those people, regardless of their number or rank within the system or whether they survived or didn’t, had their own story. A quite unexpected story in fact of love, despite the odds, within the concentration camps. What’s so beautiful about this book is not actually that it’s true. Because it is both too beautiful and too ugly to really “enjoy” reading such an honest first hand account. What struck me the most was how quickly relationships, and very strong friendships almost akin to family, develop when times are so terrible. A hard-hitting, important book with love at it’s core. A brave story shared with an author who delivers it perfectly for one man, and his love affair, who would not be defeated * Netgalley Reviewer * I don’t like reading war time books because they get too depressing or too political. But this one was so different, it gave you hope, that even in the darkest of times if your willpower and faith is strong you can come out successful * Book Ninja * It is one of the rarer stories of the Holocaust, that dares to feature romance in such a place of misery, hopelessness and the dearth of birdsong. Love happened, and the unlikely, nay downright impossible, happened, and this heartfelt book is a very enjoyable presentation of that. * The Bookbag * A beautifully written harrowing story of one man’s will to survive in Auschwitz…it is a story of hope and endurance and a beauty that emerges when all around is painted in black. As a reader you cannot help but be affected by this account the simplicity of the story telling only adds to the poignancy… * Library Thing * This is an outstanding read…An extremely powerful and absorbing read that had me in tears at the most surprising moments and it will be making an appearance in my Top Ten of 2017. It is due to be published in January 2018 and I hand on heart urge everyone to read it. * Batty About Books * Though very hard to read in places, this story is full of hope, love, courage and kindness. It made me cry a lot, but in places it also made me smile, as it shows humanity at its best in the worst of times. Lale had nothing but positivity and determination and, along with Gita and many of the other prisoners, is one of the bravest people you will ever read about. This review doesn’t come close to doing The Tattooist of Auschwitz justice. It’s such a heartbreaking, beautiful story and one I’m so glad Lale got to tell * Foreword Books * The Tattooist of Auschwitz is a very moving book, showing the survival of humanity in a brutal place. I love this story * The Reading Life * Lale Sokolov’s story not only moving and heart-breaking, but also humbling and inspiring hope. I was so totally blown away by this book that I am really struggling to find words for the emotions it evoked in me. In her writing, Morris manages to convey the spirit of a young man trying to survive, but also hold on to his humanity the best he can. It was heart-breaking and humbling to see the strength of the human spirit in the face of death. What an amazing man. What an amazing story. Everyone should read this unforgettable book * But Books Are Better * I don’t think I’ve ever felt happier about a love story than now. I really admired Lale from the very start of this novel, his positivity and his determination to survive shine through from the very beginning and it was wonderful to see how he tries to give Gita hope when she sees none. Heather Morris did a brilliant job writing Lale’s personal story, and even though it was a very compelling testimony and there were still many sad moments to get through, the overruling feeling after I finished it is one of warmth and contentment for these two individuals. Lale and Gita’s love story was a perfect counterweight for the predominant harshness of this novel. * The Belgian Reviewer * I absolutely loved this book and thought it was a powerful and emotional story of survival in such an awful time. Lale is such a wonderful, amazing man who uses his power as the tattooist to help others, he is truly an amazing man…This story is such an emotional one that I found myself really pacing through this book, I found it so difficult to put down. It was beautiful and inspiring and I hope others pick up this book when it is released next year. I highly recommend this * Life and Tea * This was such an emotional read, so many highs of Lale and Gita and then so many lows of friends lost along the way * Lozzi Book Reviews * I’ve always held a deep respect for books that remind us how terribly bad human nature can be if left unbridled, so it went without question that this book was a must-read. I very much enjoyed reading this, and I envy the author for the precious hours she was able to spend with such a forgiving, peaceful human being. It would be an honor to have met Lale Sokolov * Slightly Cracked Belle * ‘Lale did what had to be done to survive, but he also boosted morale and saved inestimable lives by appropriating food and medical supplies from right under the noses of the SS Death’s Head Units. He was naturally empathetic, well liked by his fellow prisoners and held out to the end with his dignity and integrity unblemished. More amazingly, perhaps, is that he developed a deep and enduring love for a women he had branded upon entering the camp. The Tattooist of Auschwitz is the remarkable, percipient, utterly unforgettable novel based on Lale’s experiences as camp tatowierer * Book Jotter * Even when we think we’ve heard enough we will never be free of the stories of the Holocaust and we shouldn’t be. As long as there is ink and paper the stories need to be told because there is always one we haven’t heard. The Tattooist of Auschwitz was one of those for me…we know at the outset they survive but it’s in the how that keeps us riveted and shaking our heads in amazement at the courage, the determination to survive and the love these two have for each other * WeeSied * The Tattooist of Auschwitz is a very powerful and emotional read. At times it is overwhelmingly harrowing, yet at the same time there is always a hint of hope. * Little Miss No Sleep * one of the most life-affirming, courageous, unforgettable and human stories of the Holocaust: the love story of the tattooist of Auschwitz. * The Book Trail * The Tattooist of Auschwitz, is a tale that will live long in the minds of its readers.Morris weaves Lale’s story into a mesmerising fictional narrative, that at times leaves the reader astonished not purely by what Lale witnesses and experiences, but the determination and resolve of this man. It is both a terrific oxymoron and a testimony of the triumph of love that the human capacity for affection and compassion can reveal itself in such an horrific setting, but it is also testament to these two individuals that they can foster love in the darkest of moments. This is a book whose story – not least because it is based on true events – couldn’t fail to affect me. I longed for Lale and Gita’s happiness and future, but I was also haunted by all those who didn’t achieve either. For me, reading this book was a pleasure, a lesson and a reminder; I would recommend it to all readers. * Nudge Books, Bookhugger review 5/5* * I couldn’t put this book down. Despite the horrors within its pages, this is also a tale of love, friendships, and hope. It’s a story that made me stop and think about the individual stories of other prisoners in these camps, what they had to do to stay alive and who they lost along the way. Stories that we will never know but that we should never forget existed. This is a short novel but it packs a huge punch; the combination of Heather Morris’ storytelling and Lale’s unforgettable true story make this book impossible to put down. * Strupag book blog * The story broke my heart over and over, but also gave me hope. Out of something so awful, the love between Lale and Gita was born and managed to withstand and survive. It’s something you need to read to believe because the tale is like something out of a movie. Of course, I gave this 5 stars. It is beautifully written and tells an incredible story that needed to be told. * Chloe Metzger * Somehow both Lale and Gita survive – this isn’t a spoiler, this is a true story and so we know at the outset they survive but it’s in the how that keeps us riveted and shaking our heads in amazement at the courage, the determination to survive and the love these two have for each other. I can only imagine a person could only survive if there was cunning and courage and caring involved. * Denice’s Day * This is an important period in history, one that should never be forgotten or taken lightly. Heather has done a wonderful job in relating Lala’s story. It is an emotional journey, and even now I still feel the emotion as I write this review, a few days after reading the book. * Me and My Books * This is not a comfortable read and nor should it be. What the Jews and other minority groups suffered at the hands of the Nazi’s is something the world should never forget. The fact that this is a true story makes it all the more horrific, yet it has glimmers of hope and humour and ultimately love. * My Bookish Blogspot * Despite how much this book broke my heart, it also reassured me that things weren’t all bad for all of the people stuck in concentration camps, & that some were able to find happiness in small doses. * Writing Wolves * I really did appreciate it was inspired by the true events of a couple; both humbling and heartbreaking, I was captivated by their love story. I felt like this point of view was incredibly original. Lale was not just a typical prisoner of Auschwitz concentration camp- he was the tattooist. I have never read any WWII fiction with this type of perspective and I was in awe of the atrocities he experienced were explained. The lengths that Lale goes through to protect Gita were astonishing and their will to survive was fascinating. * Clues and Reviews * This is definitely a book that will stay with me for a very long time. It also needs to be shared far and wide, to be read by all ages and all peoples, so that would happened is never forgotten, so that it never happens again. * Secret Library Book Blog * Out of one of the worst periods of human history comes an inspirational story of love, hope and survival… a beacon of light amidst the dark ruins of the Holocaust.Lale’s harrowing but unforgettable story is one of beauty and brutality, life and death, humanity and inhumanity, but through it all the flame of hope never dies. It is the beacon that sees him through the very worst of times and gives light to the rest of his days. An extraordinary story of an extraordinary love… * Lancashire Evening Post * The story, the tale of Lale and Gita is so memorable * Much Ado About Books * This book is unmissable. It’s a readable, sensitive, morally complicated and engrossing story * Those Precious Stolen Moments * The Tattooist of Auschwitz is a story of love against all the odds. It is beautifully written, desperately sad and at the same time triumphant. A must read WW2 novel * The Welsh Librarian * Would I recommend this story? A million times yes! This is a story that not only needs to be read, but it’s one that we can not afford to forget. It is moving, emotional, gritty, and most importantly, real * Minimac Reviews * A fascinating insight in the life at Auschwitz and how the main character manages to survive by having given the task of tattooing the numbers on the arms of the prisoners of Auschwitz. You probably won’t keep your eyes dry with this one! I can highly recommend The Tattooist Of Auschwitz to any fan of the genre * It’s All About Books * This is a debut novel by Heather Morris, it is a true account of Lale Sokolov’s time in Auschwitz. It’s a harrowing read of the treatment the prisoners endured. This was a brutal and chilling read but also very emotive…this was sensitively written and compelling, I sometimes had step back for a moment to remind myself that this really happened and everything I was reading was a devastating and cruel reality. This is definitely a book that I recommend you pick up in 2018… * Louise Loves Books * The fact that this is a true story makes it all the more horrific, yet it has glimmers of hope and humour and ultimately love * My Bookish Blog Spot * I really did appreciate it was inspired by the true events of a couple; both humbling and heartbreaking, I was captivated by their love story * Clues and Reviews * Despite the ugliness and the gut wrenching setting there is beauty in this book, the resilience that Lale finds deep in himself, his courage and above all his strength of character shine through, as does his love for Gita. The author has done an incredible job of retelling Lale and his Gita’s story, at times I felt I was there alongside him, I felt his despair, his pain and those moments when it would have been easier to have given up than live another day. I found the end of the book very emotional as the reader learns what happened to Lale and Gita in the years after Auschwitz. This is one book that will haunt me for a long time to come, but I think it’s a book everyone should read. Highly recommended * The Book Review Cafe * It is a story full of horror but of hope and the strength of human spirit in the face of adversity and Lale and Gita were such an admirable, brave couple and I’m glad I got to read their story, as many stories were unable to be told * Books And Me * It is a story full of horror but of hope and the strength of human spirit in the face of adversity and Lale and Gita were such an admirable, brave couple and I’m glad I got to read their story, as many stories were unable to be told * Bookkaz * I fell just a bit more in love with Lale the more I read. * Sissi Reads * A powerful and deeply moving story of survival and also a remarkable love story * The Last Word * The Tattooist of Auschwitz is very much a story of survival. The Tattooist of Auschwitz isn’t just about how Lale met and fell in love with Gita, but also about how courage, pride and stubbornness ensured they survived. It’s beautifully written as fiction, even though it’s a true story. I would say it’s an ‘easy read’ but it’s certainly not, due to the subject matter – instead, it’s difficult and disturbing at times. This is an emotional book about the importance of hope and is thought provoking and inspiring. Lale and Gita’s story will stay with me forever. * Off The Shelf Books * This is in my opinion another book that should be read in schools to teach about the Holocaust and how it affected the people then and how it should teach us lessons for the future. The survivors and those that lost their lives deserve for their stories to live on. One last thing I need to say, have the tissues at hand and be prepared to read late into the night and have this book take over your mind and thoughts from the very beginning to the very end. * Jeanz Book Read and Review * Lale’s harrowing but unforgettable story is one of beauty and brutality, life and death, humanity and inhumanity, but through it all the flame of hope never dies. It is the beacon that sees him through the very worst of times and gives light to the rest of his days. An extraordinary story of an extraordinary love… * Chorley Guardian * My words here will never do justice to such an important subject. All I can do is to just ask you to read it for yourself. Lale’s story will stay with me and those who have read The Tattooist of Auschwitz. The Tattooist of Auschwitz is a powerful and deeply moving story of survival and also a remarkable love story. Both Lale and Gita’s story will stay with me forever as these stories must be told for future generations to understand and to learn. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. * The Last Word Book Review * The romance and love between Gita and Lale was heartbreaking and heartwarming in equal measures and proves that the human spirit can’t be crushed by evil and that despite the horrors they witnessed and the violence they experienced during their 3 years at Auschwitz, they were able to help and provide comfort for many others. This book really needs to be read by EVERYONE as it’s a wonderful reminder of survival, hope and love. * Compulsive Readers * Morris’s sensitive and humane writing includes recognisable key events that have been covered in other stories about the Holocaust, anchoring the authenticity of Lale’s tale, and here they resonate afresh as the devastating emotional impact of each event is renewed through his perspective. The Tattooist of Auschwitz features more than one story of courage under horrific conditions, this is a story that gives voice to the millions of lives that were lost. * Pam Reader * It tells an incredibly powerful story that so many people had to live through. It shows that even in such an awful circumstance, people can still put others before themselves. * Geeking Ginger * This story, full of beauty and hope, is based on years of interviews author Heather Morris conducted with real-life Holocaust survivor and Auschwitz-Birkenau tattooist Ludwig (Lale) Sokolov. It is heart-wrenching, illuminating, and unforgettable. * Boovers * The Tattooist of Auschwitz is a very powerful and emotional read. This is a very emotive story of love and friendship in the most unlikely of places. I couldn’t put this book down and ended up reading it in one three hour sitting last night. I had tears in my eyes while reading this, and by the time I reached the Author’s Note and additional information I was properly crying. * Little Miss No Sleep * Hats off to the author who has been able to listen to so much pain from the mouth of the real Lale and has so much skill to make this book an incredible story, who kidnaps from the first line and intrudes overwhelmingly into our daily life, forcing us to continue to know what it will happen, what will happen to Lale and Gita. A story of impact, shocking and proving that true love can overcome any storm, any atrocity. There is always something more powerful than evil and bad. * The Shelter of Books * He was so brave and many people survived thanks to him. I’m so glad this book exists and I hope a lot of people read it. Never forget * A Song of Book and Coffee * One of the most life affirming, courageous, unforgettable and human stories of the Holocaust: the love story of The Tattooist of Auschwitz * The Hunt Post * A moving true love story that also solves a historical puzzle about the tattooist’s identity * Church Times * This is an important story and I am glad that Lale got the chance to tell it. It offers a unique perspective of the war that I hadn’t encountered before * Noctua Review * Heather has done a wonderful job in relating Lale’s story. It is an emotional journey, and even now I still feel the emotion as I write this review, a few days after reading the book * Vonnibee * This story, full of beauty and hope, is based on years of interviews author Heather Morris conducted with real-life Holocaust survivor and Auschwitz-Birkenau tattooist Ludwig (Lale) Sokolov. It is heart-wrenching, illuminating, and unforgettable * Dressed To Read * This is a hugely involved and involving story of love in an impossible place…an inspiring story * Waterford Today * the stories of survivors need to be told, without them there is more chance we will repeat the past. Morris does that in a sensitive way, and she brings a little lightness to a very dark story. * MMCheryl * I am honestly finding it difficult to put into words how heart wrenching this book was. I generally would like to thank Lale Soklov for letting Heather Morris share his story of how he fought for his survival and for the one he loved. * Hannah Reads * Stories of the Holocaust will always be harrowing and shocking no matter how many have gone before, but the character of Lale Sokolov makes this one uniquely romantic, life-affirming and even funny in places. * The Literary Sofa * The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris was very bit as harrowing as I expected, and I could not put it down. It tells the true story of Lale Sokolov, a Jewish prisoner who had a secret love affair within the walls of the concentration camp. It’s a beautiful, shocking, upsetting and uplifting story; I thoroughly recommend reading it * Panziereads * It took three years of thrice-weekly meetings between Lale Eisenberg and Heather Morris for the author to gain the survivor’s trust. For that alone, readers should be indebted to Morris: Lale was a man of Herculean moral strength, and his Odyssean story of humanity, survival and eventual reunion with Gita, deserves a wide audience * Jewish Chronicle * I honestly didn’t realise how emotionally invested in this book I was until I put it down and had tears streaming down my face. Whether you have an interest in WW2 fiction or not, this is a book you must add to your list because the love story shared between Lale and Gita is one that deserves to be read – and Heather Morris has done a beautiful job at crafting it * Louise Hudson * a touching and redemptive tale of love and selflessness * Times Literary Supplement * a beautiful story of survival and ultimate redemption * Sunday World, Eire * Haunting and unforgettable. 5/5 * Read Like Me * What is striking about Heather Morris’ new book, based on the powerful and true story of “Lale” Sokolov, and focusing on his experience in the most appalling of the Nazi camps, is how very readable it is…That Lale and Gita both survived, and found each other, is miraculous. The close bond forged between author and protagonist in the three years preceding the latter’s death in 2006 provides the text with the authenticity of a memoir. This is a remarkable achievement * The Tablet * Grim and distressing yet it shows, like Schindler’s List, the power of humanity’s bravery and compassion * Nudge Book * Despite the subject matter, I found this a very easy read. It’s the true story of Lale Sokolov – how he survived the horrors of Auschwitz and found love along the way * This West London Life * Finding out Lale was not just a brave character in a book but a real life person made me smile. His tenacity, charm, intelligence and wit not only saved himself and Gita but hundreds of starving, beaten prisoners in the camp * Brunching Bookworm * It’s a story that shows that even in the darkest of places good things can happen and, as cliched as this sounds, love can conquer all * Reading Matters * The Tattooist of Auschwitz shows true human bravery. It emphasises the need for small acts of human kindness. It gives you the incentive to see the good in every day despite the struggles we each face * Basic Gonzo * This was one of the most moving, haunting and uplifting stories I have ever read * Busy Raising Wild Things *

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