Cover Crazy: The Vicious Deep (27)

Posted August 8, 2011 by Carmel in / 7 Comments


Weekly meme hosted by The Book Worms

This week I’m crazy about…

I like the innocent vs malicious feel to the artwork of this cover. The sweet looking mermaid with the cool scales along the side of her face paired with the bloody lips just screams “looks can be deceiving”!


GoodReads
March 2012

Set against the backdrop of a Coney Island summer comes The Vicious Deep, the story of sixteen year old Tristan Hart whose life is turned upside down when the mermaids make an unscheduled return to land in search of their new king.

When a sudden storm pulls Tristan from lifeguard duty into a deadly riptide, he discovers what he really is—a prince of the Sea Court. Turns out, his girlfriend hopping and talents as a swimmer aren’t caused by his teenage prime hormones after all.

In this modern Arthurian tale with a twist, when all a guy wants to do is get The Girl and enjoy the freak show that is a Coney Island summer, Tristan has to fight for his life, the lives of his friends, and his humanity, if he still wants it, as he’s caught in a race for a throne that is as ancient as the gods.

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7 responses to “Cover Crazy: The Vicious Deep (27)

  1. Ooh, mermaid book! How did I not know about it? Love the synopsis, but the cover makes me squirm *very squeamish*

    At first, I thought it was a vampire book, tbh. IDK how this will be! Love her facial scales, though!!

  2. @A Backwards Story – The cover is definitely different! Not your typical YA mermaid art work that’s for sure!

    @Pixie – But in a good way! 🙂