Cover Crush: The Indigo Spell, Perfect Scoundrels & more!
Each week we round up the most crush-worthy covers to hit the web (or just to hit our eyeballs).
For Bloodlines fans, it’s been a few weeks since The Golden Lily hit shelves, so it’s time to start obsessing about book three, The Indigo Spell. Sydney and Adrian and a mystery man (Eddie? Marcus?) are doing the Vampire Academy/Bloodlines Buffy style angsty model poses.
The third Heist Society book, Perfect Scoundrels, gives us a reflection of Hale in the sunglasses, so YEAH, WE LOVE IT.
Sever by Lauren DeStefano, Rise by Anna Carey, and Boundless by Cynthia Hand are two more beautifully-covered third series books we’re excited to read.
The sequel to Marissa Burt’s Storybound, Story’s End, has an enchanting, exciting cover.
Tahereh Mafi’s Shatter Me sequel, Unravel Me, gets a dramatic look that matches the new series makeover.
Check them out all together in a row. Sexy, right? This is the Alexander McQueen incarnation of this series.
Three more sequels have kept with their respective series’ looks. Anne Greenwood Brown’s Lies Beneath sequel, Deep Betrayal, Dawn Rae Miller’s Larkstorm sequel, Nightingale, and Kristen Simmons’ Article 5 sequel, Breaking Point.
Julie Kagawa makes a novella addition to her fabulous Iron Fey series with Iron’s Prophecy.
Now for the standalone/debut cover crushes!
Pivot Point by Kasie West is apparently Sliding Doors for teens. And Kiersten White is a fan. And it has this beautiful cover. Conditions are perfect for book love.
Nova Ren Suma just posted the cover for her next novel, 17 & Gone, about a girl who has visions of missing girls, all seent,. . I fully expect the sort of creepy amazing tone that I loved in Imaginary Girls. This cover definitely delivers the haunted, mysterious vibes.
Next up, Brenna Yovanoff’s Paper Valentine, which has a dead best friend, a serial killer, and a creeptastic cover. Head over to Penguin’s tumblr for a Q&A with Brenna about the novel and its fancy new cover.
Finally, Marie Rutowski revealed the cover of The Shadow Society, her first book for teens (her middle grade series, The Cabinet of Wonders, is also fantastic). A girl faces two realities, one in which the Great Fire in Chicago did happen, and one in whcih it didn’t, and try to figure out who her enemies are in each of these worlds.