Cover Reveals: Everneath by Brodi Ashton & The Nightmare Garden by Caitlin Kittredge

cover reveal 12 Comments 24th June, 2011

Sorry, but I have even more for you! I absolutely love both of these covers. I still need to read The Iron Thorn but I have plenty of time!

Everneath by Brodi Ashton
Release date: January 3, 2012

Summary from Goodreads:

17-year old Nikki Beckett has just returned from the Underworld to a family who doesn’t know where she’s been, a boyfriend who doesn’t know why she left, and old friends who think she’s an addict.

But Nikki won’t have time to make everyone understand what she’s been through. She only has six months at Park City High before the tunnels of the Underworld come for her again. Six months for goodbyes she’ll never be able to say out loud. Six months to find redemption, if it even exists.

She didn’t plan on her former boyfriend’s reaction to her return. Jack doesn’t care why she left him, or why she’s returned, as long as he doesn’t lose her again.

When Nikki discovers she didn’t return to the surface alone, being near Jack becomes dangerous – for both of them. Cole, an Everliving, followed her back from the Underworld, and he needs Nikki in order to make his push for the throne. He’ll do anything to make it happen, even if it means going back to high school.

Together, Nikki and Jack search for answers in ancient myths and from mysterious characters, hoping to find a loophole for Nikki to escape her fate, but in the end, the choice will be Nikki’s: serve the Underworld, or rule it.

Release date: February 14, 2012

Summary from Goodreads:
Everything Aoife thought she knew about the world was a lie. There is no Necrovirus. And Aoife isn’t going to succomb to madness because of a latent strain—she will lose her faculties because she is allergic to iron. Aoife isn’t human. She is a changeling—half human and half from the land of Thorn. And time is running out for her.

When Aoife destroyed the Lovecraft engine she released the monsters from the Thorn Lands into the Iron Lands and now she must find a way to seal the gates and reverse the destruction she’s ravaged on the world that’s about to poison her.

12 Responses to “Cover Reveals: Everneath by Brodi Ashton & The Nightmare Garden by Caitlin Kittredge”

  1. Liz. R

    I love the cover for Everneath! The red against the white merging into black – cool :P. It sounds like a great book too. I haven’t read The Iron Thorn Yet either, I have to pick up a copy! Thanks for sharing :).

  2. Deea

    Wow! They are both sooo pretty! I love the Everneath cover and the smokey effect!<3 And the Nightmare Garden cover is gorgeous, so much better than the Iron Thorn cover IMO!
    Thanks for sharing, I’m a sucker for new beautiful covers!<3

  3. Lisa @ Read.Breathe.Relax.

    Whoa!! I really enjoyed The Iron Thorn- this cover is HOT!! P.S. Do not re-read the description of The Nightmare Garden because it kind of gives away everything in first book. Bad copywriters, bad!

    Woo hoo- thanks for sharing!!

  4. Kelly

    I love the cover for Everneath–it’s gorgeous! It sounds like a great book. I’m adding it to my TBR list.

  5. Denise Z

    I think both those covers are great. I would pick up either to read what it was about. Thanks for sharing today.

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