It's live!! Cover Reveal: Perdita by Faith Gardner + Giveaway (US/Canada)
Today we're super excited to celebrate the cover reveal for PERDITA by Faith Gardner, releasing August 18, 2015 from Merit Press. Before we get to the cover, here's a note from Faith:
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Here it is!
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3 winners will each receive a copy of PERDITA.
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 and synopsis?
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The synopsis of this book is so intriguing, it has definately raised my curiosity. The story line has drawn me in. It sounds like a very good read and I am always excited about "good reads". Unfortunately, I do not think the cover does it justice. I agree that strange people pictures are a turnoff to me. Although your cover is pretty, so is a picture postcard. Thank heavens I read the synopsis. I would not buy this book based on the cover.
I like the quote on the cover and how it has a flower. It makes one wonder what the story will be about when the cover has the flower and a quote of whether the character is losing her mind or if she is being contacted by a dead girl. The synopsis tells me that the main lead will try to find answers about the death of her sisters best friend Perdita, and tries to discover the mysterious scary secrets that Perdita's, younger brother Tex harbors.
I think the cover is really pretty. It's simple, but nice looking. The book sounds really good and is definitely something that I would be interested in.
Well first off the cover is beautiful! There's no mistaking that for the beauty that is capture by the lights of the emerald greens and blacks. The lotus flower is gorgeous as well of the interesting details of writing and the designed around the cover's name. It truly also capture a mysteries vibe, yet, and beauty lost in the darkness to the light from the lotus flower. It truly can trap a(n) eye from first look (well I know it capture my eyes at first look anyway).
As to the synopsis, in all honesty it pulled me in from the starts. From the mysteries yet how she feels like she is losing her mind from the finding/seeing of her sister Casey's best friend, Perdita. As well not knowing what's real and what's fantasy. Over all it sounds like a incredibly great book to read. (Like I wish I had it in my hand right now to read.)
Over all I would say the book's covers goes great with the sound of synopsis.
If I saw this cover in a bookstore, I would be drawn to it right away. It sounds like it reflects the book well, too. The synopsis gives me just enough details to make me want to read the book right away!