Cover Reveal: The Last Changeling by Chelsea Pitcher + Giveaway (US/Canada)
Today we're celebrating the cover for The Last Changeling by Chelsea Pitcher, coming Fall 2014 from Flux/Llewellyn. Before we get to the cover, here's a message from Chelsea:
I am so, so excited to share the cover of THE LAST CHANGELING with you today. I am seriously in love with this cover, you guys. Like full-blown, head over heels, want to marry it love. (Because that’s not weird…) But full disclosure: this isn’t the cover I envisioned in my head. I always imagined the cover would feature my female faerie protagonist, rather than the human male. Still, the minute my editor sent me this photo (taken by the brilliant Marwane Pallas), I knew it was the perfect image. It even creates a sense of mystery: if the teenage mortal is on the cover, why does it look like he has wings? Are the wings made of light? WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN? I can’t wait for you to discover the answers to these questions, and thank you for coming on this journey with me!
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Here it is!
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THE LAST CHANGELING
by Chelsea Pitcher
Release date: Fall 2014
ISBN (if available): 978-0738740843
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Three winners will receive a signed, finished copy of the book (when copies are available) as well as bookmarks and a button (as soon as the contest ends).
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What do you think about the cover?
I have already read a book called the last changeling! I downloaded it from Amazon it is by a British author called F R Mayer. Strangely the plot sounds very similar and since this book has been out ages surely this is plagery. How can two authors come up with books about faeries with the same title? I for one am appalled !