Friday, November 5, 2010

Cover Love

So many gorgeous new covers were revealed this week.  I spent a lot of time this week squeeing over theses covers and furiously adding books to my "To Be Read" list...As awesome a reading year as 2010 has been, 2011 looks to be even better.

The first cover is the US cover for Sarah Rees Brennan's The Demon's Surrender, which is the last book in her The Demon's Lexicon Trilogy. 

This was my initial reaction:  Hello Alan! 

The color makes this cover a great bookend to the series, especially for readers that have the original Demon's Lexicon hardcover.  I love the silhouette of London in the background.  I have to admit that this is my favorite US cover of the series (even though I secretly love the UK covers and can't wait to see Sin's cover).  Even though Alan's weapon of choice is a gun, the bow and arrow still makes him look pretty badass.  Oh, Alan... your bookish demeanor and button down shirts hide your true nature.  The Demon's Surrender is one of my most anticipated books of 2011.

This morning Andrea Cremer shared the cover of Wolfsbane, the sequel to Nightshade.

The green and gold exude warmth, which is so different from the cool feel of the purple Nightshade cover.  And this is much closer to how I picture Calla.  What do you think?

A new to me author is Melissa Walker.  I haven't read any of her Violet books, but the summary for her book Small Town Sinners sounds intriguing .  Plus check out the cover...

Lacey Anne Byer is a perennial good girl and lifelong member of the House of Enlightenment, the Evangelical church in her small town. With her driver's license in hand and the chance to try out for a lead role in Hell House, her church's annual haunted house of sin, Lacey's junior year is looking promising. But when a cute new stranger comes to town, something begins to stir inside her. Ty Davis doesn't know the sweet, shy Lacey Anne Byer everyone else does. With Ty, Lacey could reinvent herself. As her feelings for him make Lacey test her boundaries, events surrounding Hell House make her question her religion. Does falling in love mean falling out of faith?

What 2011 releases are you excited about?  Which new covers are you madly in love with?


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