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Stepback Art Reveal | Scarlet by Marissa Meyer

Now this one is truly exciting. I'm excited today to be part of the stepback art reveal for the brand new paperback release of Scarlet by Marissa Meyer! Given my choice, I knew I had to pick Scarlet & Wolf's book, as it is easily my favorite novel in the Lunar Chronicles. And let me tell you, Macmillan has done such a fabulous job with these new covers. Happily, all four paperbacks release on February 4th, and I can't wait to get my copies. I can see Aaron's expression now. But honestly, at this point he's made his peace with my multiple-edition collecting habits. As he told me today, he knew what I was when he picked me up. Likewise, love.

And here is the stepback (which just happens to depict one of my favorite scenes in the book):
She did not know that the wolf was a wicked sort of animal, and she was not afraid of him.
And in case you haven't seen them yet, here are the four new covers:
 Aren't they gorgeous? Have you read this series yet? If so, which book and/or ship is your favorite? Oh, and do you collect multiple editions of novels and series you love? 

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