It's live!! Cover Reveal: The Lost Girls by Mari Bianca + Giveaway (International)
Today we're super excited to celebrate the cover reveal for THE LOST GIRLS by Mari Bianca, releasing August 8, 2015. Before we get to the cover, here's a note from Mari:
Ready to see?
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Here it is!
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THE LOST GIRLS
About the Author
Serenade is Mari's début novel, and she's hard at work on her second, which is for young adults. You can catch up with her at www.fairy-tale.co.za or @MariBiancaBooks.
One winner will receive an e-book copy of THE LOST GIRLS.
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 cover looks really really creepy...and I love it! I'm not too sure about the synopsis, it sounds very mysterious and dark. But I'd really really love to read this book
The cover's gorgeously mysterious and sets the mood for the story very well. The synopsis sounds really intriguing.
The cover is amazing, I'll definitely be looking up art from Ana Cruz after this.
As for the synopsis, I was actually rolling my eyes until the last part of the last sentence, which was really the only thing that really caught my attention. I really can't tell if I'd like this book or not just based on the synopsis, though I do like the idea. I'm sort of stuck between thinking it's going to be horribly cliché or it's going to be my new favorite for the summer. The synopsis doesn't reveal enough for me to really be sure, which is actually a good thing, in my opinion- curious is better. I hope all that makes some amount of sense, because in my head it didn't.
I love the dark, mysterious feel of the cover! The synopsis is okay. It sounded a bit cliche, but it's a pretty neat idea!