We are so honored to bring you the first look at the cover of RISE OF THE DRAGON MOON, by Gabrielle K. Bryne!
Is it not absolutely beautiful??? I want to know this girl; I want to BE this girl. A good cover is so important to a book and this one is breathtaking. I mean, look at the wrap! If this book had come out when I was twelve, I would have stuck this beauty to my bedroom wall in two seconds. (Good-bye, Shaun Cassidy!)
About the Book:
The ice never forgives.
The ice never forgets.
Princess Toli may be heir to the throne, but she longs to be a fierce hunter and warrior. Alone in a frozen world, her queendom is at the mercy of the dragons that killed her father, and Toli is certain it’s only a matter of time before they come back to destroy what’s left of her family.
When the dragons rise and seize her mother, Toli will do anything to save her— even trust a young dragon who may be the only key to the Queen’s release.
With her sister and best friend at her side, Toli makes the treacherous journey across the vast ice barrens to Dragon Mountain, where long-held secrets await. Bear-cats are on their trail, and dragons stalk them, but the greatest danger might be a mystery buried in Toli’s past.
For more, check out this cool video about the cover:
Here’s the bad news: The book isn’t coming until August 2019. Here’s the GOOD news: You can add it to your Goodreads TBR pile now so that you don’t forget. 🙂 Goodreads
Here’s the GREAT news. We have a sneak peek of the first chapter!! You can read it HERE.
About the Author:
Gabrielle Kirouac Byrne lives in the rainy wilds of the Pacific Northwest, where she writes fantasy for kids of all ages. Gabby studied opera in Philadelphia, medieval studies in New York, literature in Scotland, and marine biology in the Pacific Northwest, but writing stories is the common thread that ties all her interests together. When she’s not writing, she can be found fishing spineless beasties out of the Salish Sea with her husband and two daughters. Gabby is a mentor for the Pitch Wars writing contest, and a contributor at The Winged Pen blog.