Cover Crush: Invisibility, Just One Day & more!
Each week we round up the most crush-worthy covers to hit the web (or just to hit our eyeballs).
Invisible and Broken
Invisibility by Andrea Cremer and David Levithan shows a couple with an unconventional problem—the guy is cursed by his grandfather, a powerful Cursecaster, to be invisible. Clearly this is not stopping these two lovebirds from ogling each other; a weird one-sided makeout session is imminent.
In Bruised by Sarah Skilton a Tae Kwon Do student has a crisis after she fails to defend against a fatal robbery. That trophy has taken more than a few killer chops.
Gayle Forman’s new novel, Just One Day, is a book about a girl’s romantic connection with a guy in Paris for just one day, and what happens after, when he’s gone the next morning. And now we’re all having (much welcome) flashbacks to the 90′s classic Before Sunrise.
If He Had Been With Me by Laura Nowlin sounds like it would be in good company near Forman’s If I Stay and Where She Went. It tells the story of a girl’s romantic history with her best guy friend, leading up to his tragic car accident with another girl.
In The Shadow of Blackbirds by Cat Winters goes back to 1918, where spiritualism is all the rage, and ghosts come out to play. There are even cool haunting early twentieth century photographs included.
Sirens by Janet Fox is a noir romance in the Faithful series, full of gangsters, speakeasies, bootleggers and molls.
Shadowhunters Go Graphic (Again)
Ok, so the Infernal Devices series already has a graphic novel, meaning this isn’t the first time Shadowhunters get a cool revamp in graphic form, but this Mortal Instruments graphic novel is a much appreciated addition to the Mundane/Shadowhunter lore!