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Nightspell Cover

So it's cover central around here lately. But I can't help but post these lovely pretties as they are revealed. Today Leah Cypess brings us the cover for her upcoming companion novel to the excellent Mistwood--Nightspell. This is not a direct sequel but rather a standalone novel set in the same universe. Nightspell, like Mistwood, centers on a strong female lead. Her name is Darri and she's facing down a handful of insanely complex family issues, a land where the dead walk, and a handsome ghost prince. Um, yes please! I honestly can't wait to get my hands on it. Due out May 31st.

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  1. It's beautiful!!! I love how her face blends with the background...and that CASTLE. *LOVE*

    Thanks for posting this! :)

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  2. This looks great. I'm so excited for this. I loved Mistwood.

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  3. This is so gorgeous. I loved MISTWOOD, and am definitely looking forward to this. :)

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  4. I think it's really pretty. My only thought was that when I first saw it the N looks like an R.

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  5. Ooh. Fun. I just finished Mistwood last night. It was excellent in so many ways and choked full of surprises. Thanks for posting.

    And, can I just say, that I have been going through some serious Angieville withdrawals these last couple weeks. It's a compliment. I'm just a big fan. grin.

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  6. Oooh Nightspell looks gorgeous! I'm glad Leah Cypess decided to write a companion novel to Mistwood. I hope this one is just as good as her first book.

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  7. Eeee me neither! Now how can we cajole Leah Cypess into giving us ARCs of her next masterpiece...?

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  8. Oh, it's lovely! Thanks for posting. I too cannot wait to get my hands on this.

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  9. I liked Mistwood but didn't love it as much as some, but this one sounds super intriguing. The cover is gorgeous!

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  10. Wow, that cover is just so pretty I would have bought it for that reason alone!

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