Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Cover Reveal! The Torn Wing

Hi guys!! Today I'm really excited to show off the newest cover to Kiki Hamilton's Faerie Ring series-- The Torn Wing! This is the SECOND book in her fae series, and it is the epitome of prettiness! Check it out:

Author: Kiki Hamilton
Series: The Faerie Ring #2
Publisher: Tor Teen/ MacMillan
Release Date: October 2, 2012
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Summary: Tiki’s greatest fear suddenly becomes all too real: the fey have returned to London seeking revenge. As war escalates in the Otherworld, Queen Victoria’s youngest son, Prince Leopold, is attacked. In order to protect her family and the ones she loves, she needs to know the meaning of an fáinne sí, the birthmark that winds around her wrist. But will Tiki be brave enough to face the truth?

A bloody escape, a deadly threat, a shocking revelation…

SO. First off let me just say that I am IN LOVE with this beautiful cover! It's all lovely and glow-y and all together beautiful. Second, I have to admit here that I haven't read a faerie-genre book in FOREVER. I think the last one was Wondrous Strange back in October, so I seriously NEED to start another one! I haven't read The Faerie Ring yet-- which is the first book in this series-- but it is really intriguing me. I love that these books are set in the Victorian Era!! Have you guys started this series yet? What did you think? And how much do you ADORE this cover?! Let me know in the comments!! :D

16 comments:

  1. I've read The Faerie Ring and loved it. I loved that it was set in the 1800s. Seemed like the perfect backdrop for the story.

    And that cover?! Gorgeous.

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    1. I'm getting more and more excited the more people keep commenting about the time period this book is set in and the world building--- it sounds like something I'd really love!!

      Definitely starting this series sooooooon!! :D

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  2. Omg this cover is AMAZING! I've really got to read the first book ;p

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  3. I love the cover! It goes with the title very well. I need to start reading this serie!
    Thanks or the share! :)

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  4. I enjoyed The Faerie Ring, mostly because of the time setting so I can't wait to read The Torn Wing.

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  5. Yes! I've been waiting what feels like forever for this one. I adored The Faerie Ring and can't wait to read this one, as well.

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  6. Hi Lea! Thank you so much for sharing the cover of THE TORN WING on your blog!
    xo
    Kiki

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    1. You're very welcome, and I can't wait to read the first in this series!!

      <3

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  7. The cover is gorgeous! I'm a big fan of the purple (as you know) so I definitely approve. I've never been obsessed with the faerie genre, its probably one of the few that I just didn't get hooked too, but this series is fun. I think I enjoyed it more as a historical fiction than a fantasy. Kiki's world building blew me away! Very excited for this next book!

    Kristan @ Lost Amongst the Shelves

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    1. I'm so happy you say it's almost more historical fiction than fantasy-- I LOVE my history LOL :P I am so bumping this one up on my TBR list now!!

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  8. This cover is BEAUTIFUL! I haven't read the first book yet, but I remember that I was initially attracted to it because of the cover. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Love the cover! The Faerie Ring is really good :)

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  10. Oooh pretty!! I love how well it matches the other!!

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  12. I was very excited to see this cover yesterday! I really enjoyed the first book. I love historical fiction, the Victorian era especially, and the faerie aspect of the book works really well against the Victorian backdrop.

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  13. It's interesting that this is set against a Victorian background. I haven't read any faerie books (unless you count the Artemis Fowl series -- which had faeries in it).

    Love the cover though. The faint wisp of purple 'wings' coming from the girls back is what makes it intriguing.

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