Thursday, May 25, 2017

Cover Love #2

I thought this would be a fun random post to share when I happen across a cover that captures my attention, as well as some of my favorite covers.
I love book covers and thought this would be a perfect way to share my love of them with others.
This is a random post so it could be multiple times a week or weeks in between it will be based on the book covers I encounter. 

Today's book cover is one that I just noticed has been updated and captured my eye. I've had it on my wishlist for a while but the new cover is amazing. 

From the Darkness 
 by E.J. King 
Published July 1st 2016 
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Opening Line
My life has always been a series of contradictions. I was born into a family of Vampire Hunters and spent my early childhood chasing monsters. After my parents were killed during a hunt, I was raised by a family of mortals. 

Grace Hardwick never thought her life would end up like this. She was born into a vampire hunting family but when her parents were killed, she was sent to live with a foster family. After ten years of a “normal” life, the monsters from her past have returned. 

When Grace is attacked the night of the Homecoming Dance, she is taken to the Darkness- a sanctuary for Dark Souls, also known as vampires, that have given up killing humans. But not everyone believes that monsters are capable of good, and a group of Hunters is closing in on the Darkness with only one goal- eliminating it. 

Grace has been brought to the Darkness at the command of its Premier, William Blackwood. He believes that Grace is the only one that can help save them. William is a centuries-old vampire and therefore Grace’s sworn enemy, but that is not the greatest challenge Grace faces in the Darkness. 

In a world where nothing is at it seems, Grace must quickly learn who she can trust. She was brought to the Darkness to save it, but it isn’t long before she realizes that the Darkness may destroy her. 

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1 comment:

  1. The updated one is so much better! That's definitely a book I'd be more likely to pick up. Thanks for sharing!