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Author: Sarah Rees Brennan
Print Length:370 pages
Published: Sept. 11, 2012
Kami Glass loves someone she’s never met . . . a boy she’s talked to in her head ever since she was born. She wasn’t silent about her imaginary friend during her childhood, and is thus a bit of an outsider in her sleepy English town of Sorry-in-the-Vale. Still, Kami hasn’t suffered too much from not fitting in. She has a best friend, runs the school newspaper, and is only occasionally caught talking to herself. Her life is in order, just the way she likes it, despite the voice in her head.
But all that changes when the Lynburns return.
The Lynburn family has owned the spectacular and sinister manor that overlooks Sorry-in-the-Vale for centuries. The mysterious twin sisters who abandoned their ancestral home a generation ago are back, along with their teenage sons, Jared and Ash, one of whom is eerily familiar to Kami. Kami is not one to shy away from the unknown—in fact, she’s determined to find answers for all the questions Sorry-in-the-Vale is suddenly posing. Who is responsible for the bloody deeds in the depths of the woods? What is her own mother hiding? And now that her imaginary friend has become a real boy, does she still love him? Does she hate him? Can she trust him?
Why I fell hard for this cover?
The Gothic feel of this one had me at UNSPOKEN. The font is beautiful and I like to pretend that it shows off the battle between good and evil with the white color representing good. The two faces on the fence facing each other kinda represent Kami and Jared to me, speaking to each other without seeing each other. I love how the leaves at the top of the book start off black and but as they fall to the ground they turn white. I will be totally honest here. I read this book because of the cover- and I am sad to say that the publishing company is changing this amazing cover to something more mainstream. Does the change of the cover change the words inside- of course not. But part of me wonders if I would have read this one without the cover.