With this cover, we went with a focus on the mountains, because throughout the fourth book - as my husband has told me before - they simply seem to spend a lifetime in the mountains. But don't worry - the main characters get attacked a few times, discover a palace in the side of the mountain, develop some new abilities, become slightly more mature people, and kind of raise somebody from the dead. And then there are sections on either side of the book where they are not in the mountains. But because they are in the mountains for a decent period of time, we've put them on this cover - with some lightning, as you may notice, because many supernatural things happen amid these peaks.
Lastly, the colour blue was a nice touch, as the Lashki's kesmal - his own special brand of sorcery - is blue too.
Anyway, now for a better teaser of the book. I hope that you enjoy reading it. And I guarantee that you will hate mountains by the time you have finished. And you will probably be against premature marriages as well. Available at Amazon today!
Rafen clasped the hem of his shirt, thinking desperately. He could get out of this if he got rid of the phoenix feather. If he lost it, burnt it, gave it away…
At last, Rafen learns what his phoenix feather means. Facing impossible tasks – and the growing power of Nazt – he gives into his desires for Etana. Meanwhile, the Lashki plans to feed him to Nazt. Will Rafen wake soon enough?