Monday, May 3, 2010

Melting Pot Monday

SORROW
by John Lawson
July 24, 2009
(Dark Fantasy w/romance and YA elements)

A child of dance. A child of joy. A victim of Sorrow.

Surrendered by her parents for their crimes against the church, and now a ward of the powerful Viscount Palus and his wife Chrysanthe, Faina has just begun to find her place, primarily by avoiding her new masters. She whiles away her days exploring the palace and its grounds, dancing in the halls, hiding from her tutors, and spending time with the common folk she has grown to love. Goody Bes, the tavern keeper, and her husband, Sir Taur. Woodsman Dankus, and Xi the woodwife. The feral barbarian girl, Dedre.

And then comes Sorrow.

An assassin of brutal efficiency, who nevertheless weeps black tears over the corpses of the fallen, Sorrow has claimed the life of a beloved clergyman within the confines of the viscount's own palace, and the infamous Lord Ash has come to investigate the crime. Somehow, Faina is key to both their quests.

Sorrow cares only for destruction. Lord Ash cares only for the hunt.
Whoever wins--whatever the cost--Faina will pay.

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3 comments:

Frankie Diane Mallis said...

Sorrow has one of the most intriguing covers Ive seen in a long time!

Nikki (Wicked Awesome Books) said...

I have to agree about the cover. Sorrow is definitely an eye catcher. It sort of reminds me of a horror movie poster.

Felicia S. said...

That is a really fantastically disturbing cover!

 
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