Welcome bookish citizens, your loyal member of the Skye Guard is here! Today, I’m thrilled to reveal the cover of CLOAK OF NIGHT by Evelyn Skye! Cloak of Night, a YA fantasy novel, is the much anticipated sequel to Circle of Shadows and will be published by Balzer and Bray February 11, 2020!
As an added bonus, Evelyn Skye has another surprise in store for us…the synopsis reveal! But, if you haven’t read Circle of Shadows yet, you might want to skip over it because…SPOILERS!
So, without further delay…behold the cover of Cloak of Night!
About the Book
Cloak of Night (Circle of Shadows #2)
by Evelyn Skye
Publisher: Balzer + Bray
Release Date: February 11th 2020
Genre: Fantasy, Young Adult
***SPOILER ALERT–If you have not had the pleasure of reading Circle of Shadows, look no further!***
After the devastating Ceremony of Two Hundred Hearts, Sora, Daemon, Fairy, and Broomstick are truly alone in the fight to save their kingdom. Empress Aki is missing, and everyone else who could help them is a prisoner to the Dragon Prince’s mind control.
At least Sora understands what they’re up against. Or so she believes, until she overhears the Dragon Prince bargaining with the god of war for immortality and learns that ryuu magic may be a more insidious danger than she realized.
Suddenly, the stakes are higher and even more personal for Sora—not only must she stop a seemingly indestructible Prince Gin, but she must also unravel the secrets of ryuu magic before it is too late for nearly everyone she loves.
And as Sora, Daemon, Fairy, and Broomstick face dangerous obstacles at every turn, the greatest challenge may be discovering who they truly are, and what, if anything, they are capable of.
About the Author
Evelyn Skye is the NEW YORK TIMES Bestselling author of THE CROWN’S GAME and its sequel, THE CROWN’S FATE. New series–CIRCLE OF SHADOWS–is out now!
Evelyn was once offered a job by the C.I.A., she not-so-secretly wishes she was on “So You Think You Can Dance,” and if you challenge her to a pizza-eating contest, she guarantees she will win. When she isn’t writing, Evelyn can be found chasing her daughter on the playground or sitting on the couch, immersed in a good book and eating way too many cookies.
Well, what do you think of the cover? Isn’t it gorgeous?!!
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