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New Alyson Noel Cover


Here's the cover for the third book in Alyson Noel's Immortals Series. Shadowland also got a new release date-November 24, 2009! What do you think-does it go with the rest of the series?

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  1. I really like this cover! It probably goes 3, 1, 2 in terms of like for me. Pity I disliked the series though..

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  2. I liked the first one best- it was more "mysterious" I think...

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  3. I'm with Steph LOL Anyway I found Evermore the least attractive actually! I think it's 3, 2, 1. Progressively better

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  4. Wow, it's so gorgeous! I love this one best. I'm not a big fan of the Blue Moon cover so it goes 3, 1, 2 for me. I still have yet to check out this series but I'm excited to see how it is!

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  5. I think that's my favorite yet! I should probably start reading them now....

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  6. I agree with Steph Su. The series itself is disappointing. The book covers, on the other hand, are lovely.

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  7. Ohhh!! Interesting cover. Must say that I like the first one the best

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  8. The cover is just gorgeous - I think I like it better than Evermore's though Evermore's cover is one of my favorite ever! I'd have to agree with the covers going 3, 1, 2 - I wasn't a fan of Blue Moons cover.

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  9. love the cover! bluemoon has a disappointing cover. only read one so far and it was kind of a let down...hope it gets better or the covers will be the only redeeming thing about them! =/

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  10. I thought the first cover was okay. It had the typical pretty girl on it, but the flowers and dark tones were well done. The second one was cool because it had trompe l'oeil going on with the girl's hand.

    This new one looks like a cheesy fan cover. The faded color is boring and those crystals look like they were slapped on in photoshop by a child.

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  11. I just finished Evermore and liked it -- I can't wait to finish Blue Moon and this one! Woot!

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  12. It looks hotter than the two previous ones I have to say.

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