Tuesday, April 2, 2013

*COVER REVEAL* The Secret Eater by Ros Jackson

Title: The Secret Eater
Author: Ros Jackson
Publication Date: July 15, 2013
Cover Designed By:  Rick Parson
Genre: YA Urban Fantasy Adventure (Novella)
Cover Reveal Organized By:  Xpresso Book Tours
Kenssie is a demon who feeds from secrets. Lately pickings have been slim, and she has grown so weak that her shield of invisibility is slipping. As the servant of a demon who eats embarrassment she already feels like she's the laughing stock of the demonic world. But the scorn of someone who thinks the Hawaiian shirts are the height of cool is the least of her worries.

A powerful fear demon is dead set on making her his slave, a position that carries seriously short life expectancy.

She has no friends.

No powers.

No clue.

Her only hope of escaping a life of terror lies in stealing a grimoire she's never seen from the clutches of a vindictive group of master demons.

The idea of a demon that feeds on secrets scares me a little... 
so much that I need to know more about it! 

What I like about the cover:
1. The color scheme because it makes me think of magic.
2. The swirl design near the woman's hand and along the right hand side, gives it a mystical magical feel.
3. The woman's attire looks wickedly awesome.

What I dislike about the cover:
1. The font style and color; it blends in with the background making it barely noticeable. 
2.  The horns on the woman's head look like they were scribbled in like they shouldn't be there.
3. The plain blue strip along the bottom annoys me because it draws away from the cover images.

What is your opinion of this book and its cover?
About the Author
Rock singer, xenobiologist and ninja are just some of the jobs Ros wishes she could put on her CV. She has been a book blogger for over a decade, and has done a wide range of different jobs whilst dreaming of the written word. She lives in Lincolnshire under the iron rule of a grumpy black cat.

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for hosting this cover reveal and posting your thoughts, Helena. I love hearing what works and what doesn't, and I'll be filing it away for future reference.