Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Cover Reveal: AERIE by Maria Dahvana

Okay, this is the last cover reveal I'll do this week, I promise! This cover came out a week ago, but I haven't seen it around, so I figured I'd share it because it is GORGEOUS.

Presenting: the sequel to Maria Dahvana's Magonia, titled Aerie!


This cover is absolutely stunning for numerous reasons.

First, the colours of this book are amazing. Call me biased, but there's something about the sunset colours of orange, purple, and red that calls to me. The anchor is definitely bold, and I can't help but love the glimmers coming off it!

This cover is equally as gorgeous as the first, and for those who don't know what it looks like, I've put the two covers side by side below :)




Anyone noticing the the similarities? Like the centrepiece breaking off on a slant, or the town below?

This book comes out October 4th, 2016. Yes, it's a bit far away, but until then, if you haven't read Magnoia yet, I'd recommend you do so! You don't want to miss a beautiful story about ships in the skies and the literal magical power of singing!

Add it to your Goodreads here!



Where is home when you were born in the stars?

Aza Ray is back on earth. Her boyfriend Jason is overjoyed. Her family is healed. She’s living a normal life, or as normal as it can be if you’ve spent the past year dying, waking up on a sky ship, and discovering that your song can change the world.

As in, not normal. Part of Aza still yearns for the clouds, no matter how much she loves the people on the ground.

When Jason’s paranoia over Aza’s safety causes him to make a terrible mistake, Aza finds herself a fugitive in Magonia, tasked with opposing her radical, bloodthirsty, recently-escaped mother, Zal Quel, and her singing partner Dai. She must travel to the edge of the world in search of a legendary weapon, The Flock, in a journey through fire and identity that will transform her forever.

In this stunning sequel to the critically acclaimed Magonia, one girl must make an impossible choice between two families, two homes—and two versions of herself.



12 comments:

  1. ♥_♥ Omg that cover is so beautiful I might consider reading the book without reading the summary OwO Sooo Beautiful~♥ But seriously I might want to try this series, the plot of looks so interesting!

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  2. I love this cover!! I still need to read Magonia, but both covers and beautiful. :)

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    1. The cover of Magonia was definitely a driving force for me to read it, and it's definitely worth it! :)

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  3. I'm still on the fence about this story but that cover is absolutely stunning!!

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    1. The cover is absolutely gorgeous! Hopefully this next book will be better than the first for you!

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  4. Woah... I adore both these covers!! I don't think I'm going to read Aerie, because I didn't love the first, but I still love this cover. I'm half tempted to buy it, just because it's so stunning! :D

    Denise | The Bibliolater

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    1. I know, right? I just want the book cover for itself haha!

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  5. You are killing it with the cover reveal my girl, yet again another gorgeous cover! I still haven't read Magonia, so I suppose I better do so soon before I buy them to stare at on my shelf :P hahaa.

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    1. To be honest, I'm tempted to just buy the book for the cover alone! Of course, there's a great story hidden between the pages of that fabulous cover, so it's all worth it ;)

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