Cover Crazy: Dark Storm by Sarah Singleton (40)

Posted November 7, 2011 by Carmel in / 7 Comments

Cover Crazy
Weekly meme hosted by The Book Worms

This week I’m CRAZY about…

This cover correlates with the title nicely. When I think about a Dark Storm this scene is definitely one that comes to mind

I like the way that the clouds form the ghostly face in the background. It compliments the back blurb.

The art work is simple but effective. I like the fact that there’s only one color and that the overall scene isn’t too “busy”. The font’s pretty too.

Dark Storm

Ellie is staying with her maternal grandparents for the summer, while her recently bereaved dad takes off on holiday with his new girlfriend. Upset by his apparent callousness, missing her mother, and jealous for her dad’s attention, she begins to spiral into depression. Her grandparents suggest she joins a local theatre group, to meet people her own age and get away from the dark thoughts that threaten to engulf her. But then she gets roped into a seance at the theatre, and is the only one who actually sees a real ghost. Now a spirit is contacting her from beyond the grave – and as the dead boy’s story unfolds, Ellie finds herself falling in love with him. But if she solves his mystery and helps release his soul, will he be lost to her forever?

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March 2012

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7 responses to “Cover Crazy: Dark Storm by Sarah Singleton (40)

  1. @diaryofadomesticgoddess – “cold colors” What a good choice of words! Thanks for pointing that out. ๐Ÿ™‚

    @Pixie – Thanks for stopping by!

  2. This one is amazing. I love the backdrop and the face hidden in the clouds. Its very magical, with a very serious kinda creepy mood to it.