Thursday, November 14, 2013

Abolished Impracticality Cover Reveal

I've been a stalker... er, reader, yes, yes, a reader of Miss Jack Lewis Baillot's blog for a while now, and I eagerly await for her to post snippets of her stories because they're just that awesome. 

And now, gents and ladies, I have the great pleasure to be a part of the cover reveal for her newest book, Abolished Impracticality. Below, to spark your interest, is the summary for the book. 

The enemy draws close. Cities will fall. And few can stand in Morcoft's way.

Peter Jones has been betrayed by the man he trusted as his own father. Now he is forced to question everything he has ever been told, and learn the truth of his past. Isidore Thaddeus Reichmann has finally found the person he has hunted all over England for. Yet, not all is as it seems and he begins to fear he might be on the wrong side. Singur faces down his worst fear and comes out a victor, but the price of his triumph may put the last member of his family in grave danger.
Choices now stand before all three young men and the paths they take will not only change their lives, but the whole world.

Battles are coming. Enemies are made. Friendships are questioned. When the only world you've ever known is a lie, where do you go?

Abolished Impracticality is the sequel to Jack's previous book Haphazardly Implausible which you can purchase here

And yes, since this is a cover reveal, I suppose I should give you the actual cover. 

Also yes, I'll admit that I stuck the picture of Haphazardly Implausible there not only because it's a really cool cover, but so that you wouldn't see the new cover of Abolished Impracticality popping up on your dashboard straight off. 

I know. I'm incorrigible.

I also find it highly exciting that this cover reveal happens to be my two hundredth post on Lianne Taimenlore. Imagine that! What a wonderful way to celebrate two hundred posts!!

Well... now the moment you've all been waiting for! Here it is, folks!

Can't wait!

Jack Lewis Baillot is Spartacus! She also likes to believe she's an author. She likes to write books, while drinking tea, and likes to read while eating cookies, but she doesn't like to do Math, even while drinking tea and eating cookies. You can find more about Jack and her books on her website

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