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Cover Reveal: The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black Repackage

Some of you may have noticed the Modern Faerie Tales repackage that came out earlier this year, which features tales about some of the side characters from The Folk of the Air. But did you know there is another story set in the same universe, also featuring characters from The Folk of the Air? And did you know it’s also getting a repackage?

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Cover Reveal: The Winter Duke by Claire Eliza Bartlett

Claire Eliza Bartlett, the brilliant author behind the badass We Rule the Night, is coming out with her next fantasy novel in March 2020! It’s about Ekata, who inherits the title of duke in one single night when her entire family is poisoned, leaving her the only one able to rule over Kylma Above. She gets thrown into diplomacy, war, love, and she must figure out how to wield this power to ensure that Kylma Above survives. It’s part Sleeping Beauty, part Anastasia, tossed together with political intrigue.

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Cover Reveal: The King of Crows by Libba Bray

Not only did the 1920s bring great industrial, political, and economic change, but it continues to inspire fashion and lifestyle as we know it. You thought Gossip Girl showed you what city-living was all about? Well, I guess it’s time to bring you into the world of the 1920s, Libba Bray-style. She takes all things great about that decade and combines it with supernatural and horror elements all the while giving us the romance that—let’s be honest here—we lust for in a YA series.

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Cover Reveal: The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black

On Jan. 7, 2020, readers will know once and for all who will be the true ruler of the High Court of Faerie, with the release of The Queen of Nothing, the third and final book in Holly Black's YA fantasy series The Cruel PrinceBustle has an exclusive first look at the cover below, plus an excerpt from the heart-stopping new book.

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Cover Reveal Roundup: Fall 2019 + Winter 2020

Another cover reveal season has come and gone, which means that the ARCs are starting to arrive at our desks! We’ve seen the covers digitally, but when we see it in print—well, we’re overjoyed. While we wish we could give every single person the glory of seeing these covers in person, this will have to do for now. In case you missed any of the cover reveals, I’ve rounded up all of them here for you! While we wish we could give every single person the glory of seeing these covers in person, this will have to do for now. In case you missed any of the cover reveals, I’ve rounded up all of them here for you!

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Cover Reveal: The PLAIN Janes by Cecil Castellucci and Jim Rugg

What better form of resistance than art? With novels like Amelia Westlake Was Never Here and Internment, we see a glimpse of how creating art can be both an outlet for emotions and thought, as well as serve as a call-to-action and message to the world. If you like the sound of that, then get this: The PLAIN Janes by Cecil Castellucci has been revamped with new art by Jim Rugg—now with a new, never-seen-before third story Janes Attack Back.

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Cover Reveal: Throw Like a Girl by Sarah Henning

by Sarah Henning, author of Throw Like a Girl and Sea Witch

Hello, my name is Sarah, and I think girls are superheroes. Which is exactly why I wrote a book called Throw Like a Girl.

Growing up, I was a competitive gymnast. I’d loved the sport since I was old enough to walk and talk, and by the time I was competing myself, I was idolizing girls—Kim Zmeskal, Dominique Dawes, Kerri Strug—who could fly.

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Cover Reveal: Spies by Marc Favreau

If your family is anything like mine, you know there is nothing better for family movie night than a good Cold War spy story. Explosions, car chases, gadgets! But, while the movies are well and good, the real stories of spies during the Cold War are just as compelling if not more so. Sure, real spies didn’t have exploding pens or ejector seats in their cars, but their actions had real-world consequences and changed the course of history.

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