It’s Here! #CoverReveal of Guardians of the Lost Lands #YA #Fantasy

It’s here!

I am beyond excited to share the cover for my new release, Guardians of the Lost Lands, the third and final book in my Guardians young adult trilogy.

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The book launches on Friday 11th November and will be available as eBook and paperback.

I’ve loved every second of writing these books. Amber, Connor, and Redka have become a huge part of my life, and although I’ll be sad to see them go, they’ll always hold a very special place in my heart. I’ve been able to explore so many elements with these characters, incorporating many of my ‘day job’ skills such as meditation, energy healing, and my love of dragons!

I want to thank my readers and my amazing YA Facebook followers who joined me on this journey way back in Hills Heath when Amber uncovered a chilling truth about her hometown. You’ve stuck with me as we battled demons, supernatural armies, an evil princess, and collaborated with the dragons. Now, the end is upon us, and I hope you’ll take up the quest once more and join Amber for her final battle.

If you’re stumbling upon this series for the first time, then fear not, here’s a recap of what you’ve missed so far. Feel free to rush off and purchase the first two books in the series; you’ve got plenty of time to read them before Friday!!

Guardians of the Dead (Book 1)

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One girl holds the key to an ancient pact that could destroy the world…

When sixteen-year-old Amber Noble’s dreams begin to weave into her reality, she turns to the mysterious Connor for help.  His links to the supernatural world uncover a chilling truth about her hometown and a pact that must be re-paid with blood.

As her father alienates her, and the Guardians take her best friend, her true destiny unfolds, and she begins a quest that will see her past collide with her present.

Drawn deeper into the world of witchcraft and faeries, it is only at the end of her journey that she realises how much she could lose.

Guardians of the Sky (Book 2)

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Can one girl sacrifice herself to save the one she loves…

Following their daring escape from the demon realm, Amber and her friends become caught up in a war between good and evil.  They must join forces with the Queen’s warriors to overthrow a malevolent force that has spread across Avaveil, the land of the Fae.

As her powers grow, Amber is faced with the real possibility that she is a danger to the ones she loves.  Her full strength is yet to be tested in a way she can’t comprehend.

Dragons, faeries and humans stand side-by-side as they are drawn into a cunning battle of magic and surprising revelations.  Can Amber survive long enough to see her dreams fulfilled?

Finally, allow me to introduce the grand finale…

Guardians of the Lost Lands (Book 3)

Amber’s final quest could claim her soul, but it’s a journey she must make.

The evil that lurks in the Lost Lands threatens to infest the realms unless Amber, Redka, and Connor can destroy it. But Amber is more concerned about her father’s safety as he is held captive by the wickedness that terrorises them all.

Amber faces isolation and mistrust from her friends as they travel across land and sea to meet their most dangerous foe.

Will she be able to stay true to her destiny as the last Oracle, or will she be tempted by the darkness? The fate of the realms is in her hands.

Amber’s final quest will be her most terrifying yet. This time, it will be deadly.

Now, for the moment you’ve all been waiting for…drumroll please…here is the beautiful cover in all its glory.

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I’d love to know what you think so feel free to leave me a comment below or pop over to my YA Facebook page and join in the fun.

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21 thoughts on “It’s Here! #CoverReveal of Guardians of the Lost Lands #YA #Fantasy

  1. Terry Tyler

    It looks lush, Shelley!

    Just realised that the review quote on the cover of Book 2 looks, at a glance, as though it comes from The Guardian ~ the juxtaposition of the quote in quotations marks, and the word ‘Guardian’ underneath in italics. Awesome!!!!!

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