I am super excited to have the opportunity to reveal the cover for Blood of the Prophet, which is the second book in Kat Ross's The Fourth Element series. If you can remember I reviewed the first book, The Midnight Sea, a while ago. If you cannot remember, check out my original review. Basically I ADORED everything about Ross's first installment of the series. The world was completely unique and I love how the world is kind of set in historical Persia, but also has intense fantasy vibes.
It is safe to say that I am beyond stoked for the next book in her series. The Midnight Sea left off with somewhat of a cliffhanger and I just have to know what happens. I do not know how I am going to make it to September 16.
Thankfully, the stunning cover that I am about to share with you should be enough to satisfy my longing for a little while (which will probably be a week at the most).
This is the gorgeousness of Blood of the Prophet. The cover goes above and beyond my expectations. I loved the cover for The Midnight Sea, and this one does not disappoint. I love the dark background that makes the gold accents stick out, as well as the intricate figures carved into the gold. To me, the contrast between light and dark makes the cover look like it is glowing. I hope the inside of the book is just as wonderful as the outside.
Blood of the Prophet
Visionary. Alchemist. Savior. Saint.The Prophet Zarathustra has been called many things. Now he spends his time drawing pictures of weird-looking goats. That’s what happens when you’ve been stuck in a prison cell for two hundred years. But the man who might be mad, and is definitely supposed to be dead, has suddenly become very valuable again…It’s only been a few weeks since Nazafareen escaped the King’s dungeons with her daēva, Darius. She hoped never to set foot in the empire again, but the search for the Prophet has led them to the ancient city of Karnopolis. They have to find him before Alexander of Macydon burns Persepolae, and Darius’s mother with it. But they’re not the only ones looking.The necromancer Balthazar has his own plans for the Prophet, and so does the sinister spymaster of the Numerators. As Nazafareen is drawn in to a dangerous game of cat and mouse, her newfound powers take a decidedly dark turn. Only the Prophet understands the secret of her gift, but the price of that knowledge may turn out to be more than Nazafareen is willing to pay…
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Have you read The Midnight Sea? Are you planning to read Blood of the Prophet? What is your favorite part of the Blood of the Prophet cover? Do cover reveals get you more excited for the release of a book?