WHAT THE WOODS KEEP - Cover Reveal


And here's the moment I've been waiting for ever since I knew WHAT THE WOODS KEEP was going to be published, and even more so, ever since I had my first glimpse of its cover design.

Without further ado, I'm thrilled to reveal this stunner of a cover to the world. 

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Release date: September 18, 2018
Publisher: Imprint (Macmillan)





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Publisher's description:

On her eighteenth birthday, Hayden inherits her childhood home—on the condition that she uncovers its dark secrets.

Hayden tried to put her past behind her—and it worked. She’s getting ready for college, living in a Brooklyn apartment, and hanging out with her best friend and roommate Del. But now it's all coming back: her mother's mysterious disappearance a decade before, her father’s crazy theories, and Hayden's own dark dreams of strange symbols and rituals in the Colorado woods where she grew up.
As soon as Hayden and Del arrive at her hometown, it begins: neighbors whisper secrets about Hayden’s mother; the boy next door is now all grown up in a very distracting way; and Hayden feels the trees calling to her—to discover something incredible that threatens reality itself.

What the Woods Keep is the debut of a stunning new author, Katya de Becerra, who combines mystery, science fiction, and dark fantasy in a twisty story that will keep you mesmerized right up to the final page.

Katya de Becerra was born in Russia, studied in California, lived in Peru, and then stayed in Australia long enough to become a local. She was going to be an Egyptologist when she grew up, but instead she earned a PhD in Anthropology. What The Woods Keep is her first novel.
@KatyaDeBecerra (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram)
katyabecerra.blogspot.com.au






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