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Fate's Edge Cover

And here's the cover for the third novel set in Ilona Andrews' Edge universe--Fate's Edge. Due out November 29th, there's no synopsis yet, but you can read a very intriguing snippet from the beginning of the book over here. I love the cover. Love the women and swords theme this series has going. Kate would be proud.

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  1. Anonymous2:10 PM

    I like the cover and can't wait to read the book.

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  2. Yay! Thanks for the alert! I read the snippet and promptly put this on my wish list! I love the Edge books!

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  3. That is a neat cover. It shows a lot.

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  4. Probably the best cover of the series to date. Love it!

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  5. Loved the snippet, Audrey seems like the perfect match for Kaldar. This is my favorite cover in the Edge series so far, it's much more subtle than the other covers. I want to do a post about this too but I'm having problems uploading the image to WordPress.

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  6. Oh! Love the fallen leaves and the misty light and the red hair. A very beautiful and atmospheric cover. I agree with Chachic on it being subtle. Definitely my favorite of the series.

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  7. Love the girl/woods, cannot stand the big floaty head of unshaven, unkempt man. :\ I really wish there was never a floating head in the first book because now they have to do the same thing with all the Edge covers.

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  8. Anonymous8:29 AM

    omigosh, thanks for posting, i had no clue any info was out on the next one yet *squeezes eyes shut* please be about shape shifters please be about shape shifters. i loved William and Jack the best but from the excerpt its hard to tell what the H/H will be. blueblood who lives in the Edge/Broken?

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  9. Cover is great, her red hair is a centerpiece. I like it!

    ~ Sorilla

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  10. I am a book cover junkie covers like Fates edge appeal to me, the cover is beautiful.

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  11. Oh November, you are so far away!

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