Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Cover Reveal Love (2)

Last time I did a Cover Reveal Love post, I loved it and it seems like you have felt the same. Am I right? I hope so. Because now I have decided to give these posts attention. The cover art is one of the best things I like about a book, that I just can't ignore. And these days I have come across another pretty cover.

Nightspell by Leah Cypess
May 31st, 2011 by Greenwillow Books
When Darri rides into Ghostland, a country where the living walk with the dead, she has only one goal: to rescue her younger sister Callie, who was sent to Ghostland as a hostage four years ago. But Callie has changed in those four years, and now has secrets of her own.

In her quest to save her sister from herself, Darri will be forced to outmaneuver a handsome ghost prince, an ancient sorcerer, and a manipulative tribal warrior (who happens to be her brother).

When Darri discovers the source of the spell that has kept the dead in Ghostland chained to this earth, she faces a decision that will force her to reexamine beliefs she has never before questioned - and lead her into the heart of a conspiracy that threatens the very balance of power between the living and the dead.

Nightspell is a stand-alone companion novel to the much-acclaimed Mistwood.
Cover Thoughts: And once again I am here saying "shame on me" for having not read Leah Cypess's Mistwood yet. Nightspell cover looks as magical as Mistwood's and has just remind me to move Mistwood up on my TBR-wish list. Who else is looking forward to read both books? What do you think about the cover and the synopsis of Nightspell?


  1. Adorei a capa, achei fantástica, a capa em paperback de Wings da Aprilynne Pike é outra que é linda também, mil vezes melhores que a capa do hardcover...

    Mil beijos.

  2. Por que parou de postar em português? o.o

  3. The castle looks like the disney castle!
    And the synopsis? Wow, different. O.O

  4. When I first saw this cover, I thought it looked familiar, but couldn't quite guess why. Now I just love how it has the same basic design of Mistwood (it's startling!). Gorgeous. And I still haven't read Mistwood yet, but I'm dying to.

    The concept of the land of the dead sounds awesome, too.


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