Cover Crazy: Of Poseidon (32)

Posted September 12, 2011 by Carmel in / 11 Comments


Weekly meme hosted by The Book Worms

This week I’m CRAZY about…

I like how this cover combines the feeling of floating with the feeling of movement. The water is calm except for the bubbles near the girl.

It appears as though she’s exerting complete control of her surroundings. There’s a cool mix of tranquility and strength.

I’m diggin’ how this cover is variations of just one color. It’s beautiful in its simplicity.

Emma and her friend Chloe are spending vacation in Florida. When Emma (literally) runs into a hot guy named Galen on the beach, little does she know he’s a prince of the Syrena. Galen and Emma both feel something strange – is it attraction? – and Galen suspects that Emma might well be the girl he’s heard of – a human who can communicate with fish.

What follows is a deadly scene with a shark in which Galen witnesses Emma’s gifts. He must know more about her, and follows her back to New Jersey, and high school, to find out for sure if she’s the key to saving his kingdom. Soon, Emma can’t deny her feelings for him, but can’t explain them, either – and both she and Galen must learn more about where she comes from and what her powers are before they can trust one another and their feelings.

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11 responses to “Cover Crazy: Of Poseidon (32)

  1. Underwater covers seem to be the next big thing. It’s so pretty, I really like the colours. Simple but beautiful, and the actual story sounds good, too!

  2. @Lissa – I haven’t read it so I can’t say for sure whether it’ll be worth your time…

    @Lan – I thought it was a mermaid book at first too.

    @SweetMarie83 – I hear ya, water seems to be the “in” thing for covers at the moment.

  3. I’ve seen this one around and I LOVE it. What a killer image. I can’t wait to read this one. Great choice for this week.

  4. I really like the bubbles coming off of her hair. And the colors are really pretty.

    And I wonder what the significance is of the white dress, if there is any, in the story?

  5. DJL

    This is an amazing cover, and I’m starting to see this title appear a lot. 🙂 You can just feel the movement that’s created by the girl, and I’m really itching to read it. Great share, Carmel!