Hello friends! I’ve teamed up with Intisar Khanani to reveal the cover of her newest book, The Theft of Sunlight.
The Theft of Sunlight is the first book in a companion duology to Thorn (my review of the original, self-published version of the story). If you’re interested in getting your hands on a copy of Thorn, the ebook is currently on sale in the US and Canada for only $2.99.
Are you ready to see the goregous cover by Jenny Zemanek?
The Theft of Sunlight by Intisar Khanani
I did not choose this fate. But I will not walk away if I can make a difference.Summary from Author
Children have been disappearing from Menaiya for longer than Amraeya ni Ansarim can remember. When her best friend’s sister disappears, Rae knows she can’t stay silent any longer. She finds the chance to make a difference in an invitation to the palace.
But Rae struggles to fit in with the lords and ladies of the court. Instead, she finds unexpected help in a rough-around-the-edges thief named Bren who always seems to have her best interests at heart. Soon even Bren can’t help her, and Rae must risk her life and well-being to face an evil that lurks in the shadows of the darkest hearts.
That’s not all! Intisar is hosting a giveaway in celebration. Stop by her blog to enter to win $25 in books from The Book Depository.
About the Author
Intisar Khanani grew up a nomad and world traveler. Born in Wisconsin, she has lived in five different states as well as in Jeddah on the coast of the Red Sea. She first remembers seeing snow on a wintry street in Zurich, Switzerland, and vaguely recollects having breakfast with the orangutans at the Singapore Zoo when she was five. She currently resides in Cincinnati, Ohio, with her husband and two young daughters.
Intisar used to write grants and develop projects to address community health with the Cincinnati Health Department, which was as close as she could get to saving the world. Now she focuses her time on her two passions: raising her family and writing fantasy. She is the author of The Sunbolt Chronicles and Thorn.