Apr 24, 2010

Girl Saves Boy cover release!

The awesome Steph Bowe has just shared with us the cover for her debut novel, Girl Saves Boy. Not only did she share the cover but the blurb as well! Both are amazing, and here they are:

The first time we met, Jewel Valentine saved my life.

Isn’t it enough having your very own terminal disease, without your mother dying? Or your father dating your Art teacher?

No wonder Sacha Thomas ends up in the lake that Saturday evening…

But the real question is: how does he end up in love with Jewel Valentine?

With the help of quirky teenage prodigies Little Al and True Grisham, Sacha and Jewel have a crazy adventure, with a little lobster emancipation along the way.

But Sacha’s running out of time, and Jewel has secrets of her own.

Girl Saves Boy is a hugely talented debut novel, funny and sad, silly and wise. It’s a story of life, death, love… and garden gnomes.

How sweet does that sound? And mysterious too. That cover is just breathtaking. I can't stop looking at it, so pretty it is.
I have to bow to you, Steph. Those names are really interesting! Jewel Valentine and Sasha Thomas? They sound great together.

GSB will be published by Text Publishing in Australia and New Zealand in September 2010, and by Egmont USA in America in Summer 2011.

6 monkey thought (s):

sharigreen said...

Love the cover, love the blurb! Hate that I have to wait 'til summer 2011 to read it.... ;)

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

Oooo this sounds way cool. I adore the cover.

Nina said...

Yes indeed it looks pretty good.

vvb32 reads said...

that does sound sweet. i like the gnomes and the names of the characters. jewel valentine. sweet.

btw: you've been awarded ;-D
http://vvb32reads.blogspot.com/2010/02/most-amazing-follower-award.html

Annie Cristina said...

Just came by to let you know that I started my Eclipse book discussion over on The Danger Magnet! I hope to see you there. :-)

GABY said...

I also love the cover :D

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