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The Demon's Covenant Cover Art

Sarah Rees Brennan has released the cover for the U.S. hardback release of The Demon's Covenant--sequel to the fabulous The Demon's Lexicon. Sweet, eh? I love it. Love the blue fire and the fact that Sin scored the coveted cover spot. How awesome is that? I also like how it will complement the U.S. paperback version of The Demon's Lexicon as well as the UK version of itself, as seen below:
I will no doubt pine away until I own copies of both because I have that kind of sickness. But I gotta have the one with Mae on the cover and that matches my UK copy of TDL. What do you guys think?

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  1. Ooh, it's very nice. Not as much movement as I think the series deserves but still very beautiful!

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  2. I adore the UK, it's gorgeous! The US one is nice too just not as eye catching.

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  3. Steph, I know what you mean. The new US covers certainly give the series a grim slant. Not that that's not the case. It's just interesting. And I do think Sin amid the flames is lovely.

    Alexa, so do I. I mean, seriously, her UK cover art group has got it DOWN!

    Dannie, I was trying to be all dignified and such but I think I'll join you now. SQUEE!!!!

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  4. I love the UK version with Mae on the cover... and what's that going on in the background?!? Exciting!!

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  5. Christine, I know! I love her hair and the whole concept. Can't wait to find out out what deviousness is going on in the background!

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  6. Oooh, candy!
    I'll be getting the UK version since it's the one I have for the first book, but I would love to have the US, too. They look just great!

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  7. Kay, candy indeed. :) I'm with you. Will be purchasing both.

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  8. Anonymous3:51 AM

    i just read the first book. I absolutely love it I will be reading the next book. I found it by this other book actually beautiful creatures another excellent book on the official website the author was recommending books I'll be getting the sequel to that too. They're both amazing and I haven't read books like in years.

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