If Asheel Won't Burn by Jen Jarrett | Cover Reveal
Follow the reaper into the Monster Realm.
Jennifer Jarrett’s debut dark fantasy, If Asheel Won’t Burn, is releasing December 2021!
Hello everyone and welcome to Behind the Pages! My book review blog where I geek out about books and try to add to your To Be Read pile. This time around I've got a dark fantasy for you. And if you've been following my blog, you know this is one of my favorite sub-genres of fantasy!
So what is If Asheel Won't Burn? Well it's a New Adult/Crossover. A book full of monsters that's like Spirited Away meets Alice in Wonderland. Quite the combination don't you think? And being that it's dark fantasy, you'll see some reoccurring themes the genre is known for such as violence, death and abductions. Not to mention the cover is striking.
Time to finally reveal the cover! Are you ready?
Another month. Another night haunted by an immortal Reaper. Another grieving family. The hopeless cycle never ends.
Only Asheel can sense the Reaper’s next victim, but instead of praise for her gift, she’s blamed for the abductions and despised. Even worse, the neighboring cities have heard rumors of the girl with the Reaper’s eyes and seek her magic for themselves.
Asheel doesn’t know if she should continue her predictions since they cause more harm than good or if she should start a new life away from the magic, but none of that matters when the Reaper comes for her. Through the Reaper’s Gate, Asheel will learn more than one world is prisoner to the realm’s ruler, and that immortality has a cost no one should be willing to pay.
As a human among monsters, she’ll make her own destiny. Because who's better to end the Reaper Cycle than the girl fated to be the next one?
About The Author
“I love everything with words! Writing is my passion, and books are my love.”
Jennifer Jarrett graduated from the University of North Alabama with a Bachelor of Science in English in 2012 with a focus in professional writing. A professional writer is capable of creative, business, technical, legal, academic, and journalism writing and typically can edit within each of these categories.
A few months after graduating, she entered the workforce as a professional writer/editor where she gained over 10 years of experience in each professional writing category.
Last year, she launched her own professional editing service. And now If Asheel Won’t Burn will be her debut novel!
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