Cover Reveal – Dark of the West by Joanna Hathaway

POSTED ON September 19, 2017 BY Austine IN Book Promo

It’s Tuesday! We’re starting off our day here on NovelKnight with a cover reveal! Dark of the West is new to my TBR but it’s safe to say that once you see the cover and read the synopsis you’ll quickly add it to yours too!

Cover Reveal – Dark of the West by Joanna Hathaway

Dark of the West

by Joanna Hathaway
Published on May 8, 2018 by Tor Teen
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult
Pages: 448
Format: Hardcover
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He was raised in revolution. She was raised in a palace. Can their love stop a war? Code Name Verity meets The Winner's Curse in Joanna Hathaway's Dark of the West, a breathtaking YA fantasy debut.

Aurelia Isendare is a princess of a small kingdom in the North, raised in privilege but shielded from politics as her brother prepares to step up to the throne. Halfway around the world, Athan Dakar, the youngest son of a ruthless general, is a fighter pilot longing for a life away from the front lines. When Athan’s mother is shot and killed, his father is convinced it’s the work of his old rival, the Queen of Etania—Aurelia’s mother. Determined to avenge his wife’s murder, he devises a plot to overthrow the Queen, a plot which sends Athan undercover to Etania to gain intel from her children.

Athan’s mission becomes complicated when he finds himself falling for the girl he’s been tasked with spying upon. Aurelia feels the same attraction, all the while desperately seeking to stop the war threatening to break between the Southern territory and the old Northern kingdoms that control it—a war in which Athan’s father is determined to play a role. As diplomatic ties manage to just barely hold, the two teens struggle to remain loyal to their families and each other as they learn that war is not as black and white as they’ve been raised to believe.


What do you think of the cover? Did you add it to your TBR?


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