EXCLUSIVE: The ‘Blood of Eden’ Series Gets Re’vamp’ed! See the New Covers

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By now, your copies of all the books in The Twilight Saga are probably worn out. Fortunately, your next favorite vampire series is already in the works. In the first novel in author Julie Kagawa‘s Blood of Eden sequence, The Immortal Rules (which is already on shelves, FYI!), readers are transported into a future world — because, as we all know, dystopian societies are so on trend right now – where vamps reign and humans are blood cattle.

Just in case you’re not too familiar, one night, the book’s heroine, Allison Sekemoto, is attacked by vampires and left with the ultimate decision: die or become her biggest fear. She chooses the latter, but attempts to go without human blood and pass as a mortal. Oh, and there’s obviously a guy involved. Zeke. Sigh.



In celebration of the second installment to the franchise, scheduled for May 2013 release, we’re giving you the exclusive unveil of a brand-new Immortal Rules cover (first edition to the left), as well as the premiere of sequel The Eternity Cure‘s cover.

Julie Kagawa says of the addition, “In The Eternity Cure, new vampire Allison Sekemoto has come to terms with what she is and what she must do to survive: prey on humans. She knows she is a vampire, but she is determined not to become a monster. But then she meets someone who challenges that belief, telling her all vampires are killers, encouraging her to embrace her savage instincts. And as she gets closer to rescuing Kanin, the lines between human and monster blur even further, and Allison must decide to either cling to her rapidly fading humanity, or succumb to the darkness within.”

P.S. The Blood of Eden series is currently being optioned for a movie by Palomar Pictures, so hop on the bandwagon now! Here’s a closer look at each of the new covers:





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5 Responses to "EXCLUSIVE: The ‘Blood of Eden’ Series Gets Re’vamp’ed! See the New Covers"

  1. [...] Also, be sure to take a peek at the new Blood of Eden covers, which were revealed on Teen.com. [...]

  2. Teen.com
    Petra says:

    Why do you publishers keep spitting us readers in the face? No one wants to have a cover change mid-series. Why do I even bother to buy the first book when you keep changing the covers? This is so disrespectful towards us readers and I can’t belive you keep doing this over and over again. Not a single one of my fellow blogger friends is okay with this and we’re all extremly offended and disappointed.

  3. Teen.com
    Petra says:

    Seriously! Why do you publishers keep spitting us readers in the face? This makes me so mad! Most of us readers want our books to match and for them to look good in our shelves. It pisses me off when I pre-order the first book in a series (or go out to buy it) only to have the covers changed mid-series.
    I haven’t been able to find anyone of my fellow bloggers that isn’t deeply disappointed by you publishers when you pull this kind of stunts..

  4. Teen.com
    Sue Moto says:

    I’m disappointed that yet again another publisher has decided to redesign covers in a series, thus annoying readers who have already purchased the original cover. I, like most readers I know, do not like mismatched covers within a series. I think once you’ve decided on a cover style for the first book in a series, you should stick with that design. Save the cover changes for the paperback releases if you must, but please stop switching mid series.

  5. Teen.com
    Lilian says:

    To be honest, I am a bit disappointed at one they came up with. I still prefer the original (despite the “white-washing”)

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