Cover Reveal: A Corner of White, Jaclyn Moriarty

Cover Reveal: A Corner of White, Jaclyn Moriarty

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Here’s something I wasn’t expecting to include in the Discover Australian Fantasy month – an awesome cover reveal! I’m excited to show you the cover for Jaclyn Moriarty’s upcoming release, A Corner of White.

Such a peaceful scene, but that crack running across the sky is quite ominous, don’t you think?


Title: A Corner of White (Goodreads)
Author:  Jaclyn Moriarty

Publisher: Pan Macmillan Australia, September 18, 2012.
Pre-order: Fishpond

A Corner of White is a book that evokes superlatives:

the vision is extraordinary,
the writing is poetic,
the characterisation deeply moving.

Madeleine Tully lives in Cambridge, England, the World – a city of spires, Isaac Newton and Auntie’s Tea Shop.

Elliot Baranski lives in Bonfire, the Farms, the Kingdom of Cello – where seasons roam, the Butterfly Child sleeps in a glass jar, and bells warn of attacks from dangerous Colours.

They are worlds apart – until a crack opens up between them; a corner of white – the slim seam of a letter.

A mesmerising story of two worlds; the cracks between them, the science that binds them and the colours that infuse them.

About the Author

Jaclyn Moriarty is the author of best-selling novels for young adults and adults, including the ‘Ashbury-Brookfield’ books. Her first novel, Feeling Sorry for Celia, won the NSW Premier’s Literary Award, and her books have been named Best Books for Young Adults by the American Librarian Association and translated into several languages. A Corner of White is the first in The Colours of Madeleine trilogy.

Jaclyn grew up in Sydney, lived in the US, England and Canada, and now lives in Sydney again.

One thought on “Cover Reveal: A Corner of White, Jaclyn Moriarty

  1. Jaime Lester says:

    Wow. Talk about a cover with some serious mixed signals! It is kind of like “Hey! It’s a rainbow! So pretty… Holy Cow man, run, the sky is cracking”. Yeah, anyway, I like it. I like not knowing what you are going to get when you start reading, and the possibility of finding out just what the significance of the cover is. Pretty cool.

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