The Broken Eye: Cover Reveal

The Broken Eye HC
(click to embiggen)

Huge thanks to the cover creators: Design by Lauren Panepinto, Illustration by Silas Manhood, Photography (figure) by Shirley Green.

17 thoughts on “The Broken Eye: Cover Reveal

  1. It might have a hooded figure, but the color palette and arrangement of the cover make it work. Shiny, Brent!

  2. alex says:

    The image in the cover is stunning. However, the eye catches “every secret holds a truth” first. that pretty much takes the image away. Not much potential for an impulse buy.

  3. robert says:

    Oops forgot broken eye than blood mirror

  4. Desmond says:

    Embiggen, haha. Delightful.

    1. Asundrea says:

      I saw that too, made me laugh n I had to click to embiggen it ^.^

  5. Ellen says:

    The cover is amazing. I can’t wait.

  6. So excited!!! This embiggens my spirits!

  7. Summer Baker says:

    Gah! Big girly squeaaaal!

  8. Dustin says:

    So… we have “Every Light casts a shadow”, “Every shadow hides a secret”. and “Every secret holds a truth”. Over-analyzing in 3…..2…..1…..

    1. Tim says:

      “Every truth is based on fiction”? “Every truth holds a threat”? “Every truth is a revelation”? “Every truth can be a weapon”?

    2. thomas says:

      Every truth shines a light.

      1. Zeryth says:

        AHHH!

        “Every truth shines a light.” <– Oh snaps, we've come full circle now with that one xD Nice

      2. Matt says:

        This… Genius. They’re so gonna steal your idea. 😉

  9. Annie says:

    Ahhhh I want this on my bookshelf ASAP >___<

  10. William Wall says:

    I’m going to need to clear some shelf space for this…

  11. BrandenGibson says:

    Looks great, Brent. I’m doing a reread of the first two books and the night angel trilogy. I’m very excited to see this.

  12. Cody says:

    The cover looks great, but as with the last book I think the text on the cover adds nothing to it and actually, if I hadn’t already read the previous book and known how good it was, the writing on the book would put me off it… It is not reflective I feel of the books at all

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