It's Live!! Cover Reveal: Crown Of Oblivion (Julie Eshbaugh), Plus Giveaway!

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Hi, YABCers!

Today we're excited to celebrate the cover reveal for 

Crown Of Oblivion by Julie Eshbaugh,

releasing November 2019 from HarperTeen!

 

 

 

Before we get to the cover, here's a note from the author:

 

 

Hi YABCers! Welcome to the exclusive cover reveal for CROWN OF OBLIVION!



I’m so excited to share this cover with you! It’s quite special to me, because it’s my first US cover to show one of my characters. When I first saw this image, it startled me. It was an intense moment, to look into Astrid’s face. (Even typing this, I’m getting choked up about it!) I love the way the illustrator captured her fierceness. I’m not going to lie—it’s scary to see how an artist interprets your character, but this portrays Astrid perfectly. She is an amazing young woman, and I can’t wait for you all to get to know her better!

 

"All my thanks to art director Joel Tippie and artist Jason Chan."

~ Julie Eshbaugh (CROWN OF OBLIVION, HarperTeen) ~

 

 

 

 

 

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Crown Of Oblivion
By: Julie Eshbaugh

Release date: November 2019

Publisher: Harper Teen

 

 

 

About the Book
 

As the surrogate to Princess Renya, Astrid lives amongst royalty. Her life, however, is far from privileged. If Renya steps out of line, Astrid is the one who gets whipped. It’s a nightmare, but Astrid has no choice—she and her family are Outsiders, the lowest class of people, without magic or citizenship.

The only way out is to compete in the deadly Race of Oblivion. First, racers are dosed with the drug Oblivion which wipes their memories. Then they awake in the middle of nowhere with a slip of paper containing the race’s first clue. Whoever finds the clues first and crosses the finish line wins. That’s the only rule—racers have killed each other in pursuit of the next clue, and the punishing terrain kills even more of them. For Astrid, competing could mean death. But winning could mean freedom.

 
 
 
About the Author
 
Julie Eshbaugh
 

Julie Eshbaugh is a YA writer and former filmmaker. She made two short films and then spent several years producing an online video series for teens which received several honors from the Webby Awards. Her new YA fantasy, CROWN OF OBLIVION, is coming from HarperTeen this November. You can learn more about Julie’s writing escapades by visiting www.julieeshbaugh.com.

 

 

 

 

 

*Giveaway Details*

 

Two winners will receive a signed copy of Crown Of Oblivion (Julie Eshbaugh) ~ One US & One International

 


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Lily M. on Monday, 11 February 2019 03:13

Wow this cover ???

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Wow this cover ???
Emma McAndrew on Tuesday, 12 February 2019 23:34

Oooohhhh! A mysterious puzzle with a princess plot, yes please!

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Oooohhhh! A mysterious puzzle with a princess plot, yes please!
Daniel on Thursday, 14 February 2019 13:12

I love it. Can’t wait for this book.
Beautiful Cover

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I love it. Can’t wait for this book. Beautiful Cover :)
Candice Gigous on Saturday, 16 February 2019 05:30

The cover is very dramatic. The synopsis is very exciting. I am looking forward to this book.

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The cover is very dramatic. The synopsis is very exciting. I am looking forward to this book.
Trisa @ Absolute Bookishness on Sunday, 17 February 2019 07:19

Love the cover! Very bold and mysterious!
And the synopsis is so intriguing! Definitely getting The Hunger Games + The Maze Runner vibes. I mean, what is Oblivion and where'd it come from? And what kind of place and people could foster so much cruelty?
Anyway, I'm rooting for Astrid already! And I NEED this book! I LOVE Julie Eshbaugh and her Ivory and Bone saga! So, I'm sure I'll LOVE this book! ?❤❤❤

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Love the cover! Very bold and mysterious! And the synopsis is so intriguing! Definitely getting The Hunger Games + The Maze Runner vibes. I mean, what is Oblivion and where'd it come from? And what kind of place and people could foster so much cruelty? Anyway, I'm rooting for Astrid already! And I NEED this book! I LOVE Julie Eshbaugh and her Ivory and Bone saga! So, I'm sure I'll LOVE this book! ?❤❤❤
John on Sunday, 17 February 2019 19:11

Princess Renya definitely has a tough time of it!

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Princess Renya definitely has a tough time of it!
noelle salsido on Wednesday, 20 February 2019 18:21

love the cover! cant wait to read this book!

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love the cover! cant wait to read this book!
Shannon Mizikoski on Wednesday, 27 February 2019 20:12

The cover is great, but it is the synopsis that really has me itching to read this- it sounds so unique and full of adventure!!

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The cover is great, but it is the synopsis that really has me itching to read this- it sounds so unique and full of adventure!!
Julie Holden on Friday, 01 March 2019 08:34

Pretty cover & an interesting story I want to read!

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Pretty cover & an interesting story I want to read!
Danielle Hammelef on Saturday, 02 March 2019 10:01

The cover suits the exciting premise. I can't wait to read this unique book.

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The cover suits the exciting premise. I can't wait to read this unique book.

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