Monday, September 17, 2012

Cover Reveal: Solstice by P.J. Hoover


Hi everyone! I’ll start this week with a cover reveal of a very intriguing and loved book. I say ‘loved’ because it has been self-published and read before. PJ Hoover’s Solstice is being published by Tor Teen in 2013.

Ze cover:


Solstice is one red-hot read—it intrigues, sizzles, and satisfies. —Cynthia Leitich Smith, New York Times bestselling author

About Solstice:

Publication Date: June 21, 2013
Published by: Tor Teen

Piper's world is dying. Each day brings hotter temperatures and heat bubbles that threaten to destroy the earth. Amid this global heating crisis, Piper lives under the oppressive rule of her mother, who suffocates her even more than the weather does. Everything changes on her eighteenth birthday, when her mother is called away on a mysterious errand and Piper seizes her first opportunity for freedom.

Piper discovers a universe she never knew existed—a sphere of gods and monsters—and realizes that her world is not the only one in crisis. While gods battle for control of the Underworld, Piper’s life spirals out of control as she struggles to find the answer to the secret that has been kept from her since birth.

An imaginative melding of mythology and dystopia, Solstice is the first YA novel by talented newcomer P. J. Hoover.

My reaction to the cover:

OMGOMGOMG. So colorful and gorgeous! I like the way the title isn’t straight – it’s sort of wavy and hazy, adding a sense of mystery.  The amount of detail involved – from the colors, to the domed city, to the glows of light adds up in my head and forms one word: perfect. So freaking excited to see this on the actual book!
 
About the Author:

P. J. Hoover first fell in love with Greek mythology in sixth grade thanks to the book Mythology by Edith Hamilton. After a fifteen year bout as an electrical engineer designing computer chips for a living, P. J. decided to take her own stab at mythology and started writing books for kids and teens. When not writing, P. J. spends time with her husband and two kids and enjoys practicing kung fu, solving Rubik's cubes, and watching Star Trek.

Follow PJ: Website | Blog | Facebook | Twitter

What do you think of the cover? :) The synopsis?



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  2. I love the cover but I wish the font is different or maybe not very much distorted. The shield on the city reminds me of Under the Dome by Stephen King though I haven't read it :P

    ~Jay
    We Fancy Books

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  3. I like it! The swirl of light around the girl is very pretty.

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