Cover Reveal: Prisoner of Night and Fog by Anne Blankman + Giveaway (US/Canada)
Today we're excited to reveal Anne Blankman's PRISONER OF NIGHT AND FOG, available April 2014 from Balzer+Bray/HarperCollins. Before we get to the goods, here's a message from Anne:
My name is Anne Blankman, and I'm the author of PRISONER OF NIGHT AND FOG. I'm so excited to be here today to reveal my cover. When I wrote this book, I kept imagining the cover with my main character, hand in hand with her forbidden love, running down a dark street while Hitler glared after them. I know, terrible, right? But I couldn't figure out how one image could capture the romantic, mysterious, and historical elements of this book.
Are you ready to see the cover?
Here it is!
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PRISONER OF NIGHT AND FOG
About the Book
You guys, I've been waiting for this book for FOREVER already. Ever since I read a tiny snippet about it a few months back. The main character's uncle IS HITLER. Put away every other historical on your list because this one just moved up to the #1 spot.
I think the cover is super intriguing and intense, just like the synopsis. I love the fog treatment at the bottom, and her lips! I want lips this color. Oh yes, I do.
About the Author
Anne Blankman is a young adult writer and librarian. A native New Yorker, she now lives with her husband and young daughter in southeastern Virginia, where the hot summers haven't killed her yet.
One US/Canada grand prize winner will receive a signed ARC of PRISONER OF NIGHT AND FOG (once it's available) and an Art Deco necklace, just like the jewelry the main character wears.
Entering is simple, just fill out the entry form below. Winners will be announced on this site and in our monthly newsletter (sign up now!) within 30 days after the giveaway ends.
During each giveaway, we ask entrants a question pertaining to the book. Here is the question they'll be answering in the comments below for extra entries:
What do you think about the cover?
Interestingly, it reminds me a lot of The Daughter of Shadow and Bone cover. However, I like that we can get a pretty good sense of the era just from her face. The hair and bright red lips are very 1940s.
Great cover, Anne. The team did a great job. I love those lips and that eyes as well. Beautiful. Can't wait to read your book.
Julie and Dick