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Unspoken Cover

Too pretty (and exciting) not to share, this is the just-revealed cover of Sarah Rees Brennan's upcoming Unspoken. First in a new trilogy--the Lynburn Legacy--Unspoken features, and I quote:
Sarah Rees Brennan brings Gothic romance kicking and screaming into the twenty-first century with a funny, modern heroine who can take care of herself, an angry, beautiful boy who needs to be saved, and the mysterious forces that bring them together and tear them apart.
For the love of all this is holy, GET ME THIS BOOK NOW.

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  1. This:

    "For the love of all this is holy, GET ME THIS BOOK NOW."

    OMG.

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  2. The cover alone would have hooked me, but it's a new book from Sarah Rees Brennan! I'm SO excited.

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  3. So beautiful! I am so excited for this one, and not just because of the gorgeous cover. I love the modern take on the gothic novel, and I am sure Sarah Rees Brennan will manage it wonderfully.

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    1. Oh, she is going to bring it! I just know it.

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  4. Oh wow - I just read the description on Amazon, and it sounds so good! I can't wait to read this - I must add it to my massive and never-ending TBR list!

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    1. Kimberly, right?! One of these days I feel certain to be crushed under the towering TBR.

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  5. Love, love, love this cover. So original!!

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    1. Victoria, I know. So gorgeous and eye-catching.

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  6. finding Nick on your list made me go back through... yay I am glad you like my most favourite cover!

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    1. It's a beauty, to be sure. I really need to review it now!

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