The girl who fears her own destiny is on a collision course with the boy who never wanted to grow up. The truth about Neverland will unravel everything Claire thought she knew about Peter Pan—and herself.
About the Reveal...
I am so thrilled to be joining in the cover reveal for DUST by Kara Swanson, releasing from Enclave publishing this July! DUST is a Peter Pan retelling/sequel, and book on of the Heirs of Neverland duology.
Anyone who knows me will probably be quick to agree that I am a historical fiction kinda' girl. I love all things historical, and very rarely stumble across any works of fantasy that I actually enjoy (not counting the Chronicles of Narnia here... obviously).
My first experience enjoying a fantasy novel actually came a little over a year ago, when I was given a copy of The Girl Who Could See by none other than Kara Swanson. But in all honesty, I think that half my love for the story was really respect for the author - Kara has such a genuine heart for others and is so incredibly authentic, and her love for others and for Truth is evident when she writes.
About the Story...
The truth about Neverland is far more dangerous than a fairy tale.
Claire Kenton believes the world is too dark for magic to be real—since her twin brother was stolen away as a child. Now Claire's desperate search points to London... and a boy who shouldn't exist.
Peter Pan is having a beastly time getting back to Neverland. Grounded in London and hunted by his own Lost Boys, Peter searches for the last hope of restoring his crumbling island: a lass with magic in her veins.
The girl who fears her own destiny is on a collision course with the boy who never wanted to grow up. The truth behind this fairy tale is about to unravel everything Claire thought she knew about Peter Pan—and herself.
Now, for a cover to match this story with just the perfect blend of whimsical and epic!
Are you ready?
Isn't it beautiful!? I was absolutly floored by how stunning this cover is and it matches the personality of Kara's story perfectly.
What do you think of the cover of DUST? Do you enjoy Fantasy, or (like me) does it take a rare gem to pique your interest? I can't wait to hear from you!