3 Fantasy Novels That Are Good Despite Their Covers Fantasy novel cover art is often wonderful and awful and laughable in a way that is independent of the actual content of the book it’s trying to sell. These are 12 of the clearest cases where you definitely shouldn’t let it put you off.
Cover Reveal: The Seven Thrones by Lydia R Petersen -On sale November 1st 2015 by Amazon -Lydia Petersen, in her debut novel, weaves a delightful story of mystery, magic, betrayal, and loyalty as she tells the tale of the kingdom of Epta and the young heroes charged with its rule. Lady Athelia is thrust into a world of responsibility and intrigue as she is chosen by the Council to serve as one of the seven rulers of Epta.
Alex by Lauren Oliver On Sale Date: November 25, 2014, This captivating, digital-original story set in the world of Lauren Oliver's New York Times bestselling Delirium series focuses on Alex, Lena's first love.