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Another Book Cover

Here's the cover of Alyson Noel's newest series- This is the spin-off from The Immortals series featuring Ever's sister Riley. It'll be marketed to middle grade and I can't wait to read it! You can read the summary here. The book will be released August 31, 2010. What do you think-will you read it?

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  1. I haven't read any of the author's books, but that's a pretty cover.

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  2. I posted this on my blog too. I love the cover! Can't wait to read it L:)

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  3. I saw this cover just a few minutes ago! I'm excited for this series and the cover is great!

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  4. She gets great book covers, that's for sure. :)

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  5. That sounds good! I do love the cover.

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  6. It sounds really good and it's a pretty cover. Definitely gonna read this one.

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  7. Great news! I'm reading the first book in the series now and really enjoying it! I can't wait to read the rest of the series and I will definitely read that book as well. Love the cover!

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  8. Yay this looks awesome! I've so got to finish the books after Evermore!!

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  9. I will! I really like the cover, though it's so different to The Immortals ones.

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  10. Oh cool. I might pick it up. Love the cover.

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  11. I always liked Riley better than Ever and that cover is gorgeous!

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  12. Honestly, I'm not sure. If "The Immortals" keep taking its downward spiral, I might pass on this series.

    But it is a beautiful cover.

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