It’s a bloody day in the book world… and that’s a good thing. After spending 13 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list, Victoria Aveyard’s Red Queen is just about ready for movie adaptation, likely directed by Elizabeth Banks. But first, the YA novel needs a sequel and that sequel, Glass Sword, needs a cover, and that cover needs to be exclusively revealed right here, right now:
Inspired by Marvel's X-Men, the hot series is set in a world where the wealthy, powerful, silver-blooded elite — who have unique abilities like summoning fire and mind-control — rule over the destitute, average red-blooded humans. The action of the first novel kicks off when 17-year-old Red Mare Barrow discovers she too has a special power and can control lightning. When she’s thrust into the royal family, she takes the opportunity to go undercover for the Scarlet Guard, a growing rebel army, and finds she has a friend among them: her Silver betrothed, Prince Maven.
When Glass Sword opens, Maven has betrayed Mare and his brother, Cal, and the two have been rescued by the Scarlet Guard. In addition to fighting the segregation that torments the red-blooded masses, Mare will be seeking out other Reds like her. Where the first book cover showed an upside-down crown dripping red blood, the new one follows suit, this time with a crown made of glass swords and dripping both red and silver blood, a symbol, Aveyard told us, meant to show that “both sides are going to have problems this time around.”
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