Twelve nights by Andrew Zurcher – cover reveal and giveaway!

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book cover for Twelve Nights - dark blue night sky with stars, old fashioned hot air balloon, figures in the basket are silhouetted against the full moonPre order at Amazon

Kay and her little sister, Eloise, never imagined that their standard icy Christmas Eve in Cambridge would be the start of a twelve-night odyssey . . .

Kay’s father is working late – as usual. Fed up, her mother bundles her daughters into the car and drives to her husband’s Cambridge college to collect him herself. But when they arrive, the staff claim that nobody by his name has ever worked there . . .

Kay is puzzled by her mother’s reaction – silent tears, not anger and confusion. And what is even more puzzling is the card on her pillow when they return home:

Will O. de Wisp, Gent. F.H.S.P. and Phillip R. T. Gibbet, Gent. F.H.S.P. K.Bith. REMOVALS.

That night, Kay is woken by voices at her window: the voices of Will and Phillip, the Removers. But they are not human. And Kay shouldn’t be able to see them. Except she can . . .

I love getting my reading year off to a magical start, and Twelve Nights by Andrew Zurcher has all the right ingredients to do this. (I confess I haven’t read beyond the first chapter yet, but that was intriguing…) I was very happy to be involved in the cover reveal on twitter (although I’m embarrassed to admit that I forgot to ask who the cover illustrator is when I was dealing with the emails on my phone, so I can’t share that. Will add in when I track them down!) The book is available for pre order on Amazon (and I’m sure other bookshops) and is due out April 5th 2018.

I’m also very happy to be giving away what was described to me as a ‘lovely bespoke, wrapped copy’ of the book – entry through the rafflecopter widget below. The very best of luck to you all. (Full terms and conditions in the widget, but be aware that giveaway is limited to to 18+ with UK addresses, and prize will be sent direct from the publisher.)

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Comments

  1. Oooooh, ,that looks fabulous. Just the sort of book I’d like. I’m already intrigued and trying to guess the storyline. I’ve added it to my book list of books to order when we are in London next. I’m doing all the things to enter the give-away but we are not in the UK so I probably don’t qualify – even though we do have a postal address in London.

  2. Andrea Upton says:

    Haven’t really made a to read list yet, but I have just started on a copy of ‘White Bodies’ am really enjoying that

  3. Katie Skeoch says:

    Reign of the fallen & the cruel prince are on my 2018 to read list

  4. Margaret Clarkson says:

    Alex Gray’s latest book

  5. Thanks for the fab giveaway. The cover is beautiful.

    My reading has dried up over the last few months but I have a pile of fiction and non-fiction books beside my bed when I manage to restart.

    This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor may be the first I pick up.

  6. Thunderhead, The Cruel Prince and Still Me.

  7. I’d love to read the final George RR Martin Song of Ice and Fire novel this year but it probably won’t get published in time. I love reading random books by authors i’ve never heard of so my reading list is subject to change at any moment

  8. Rachael Sexey says:

    Snowman, my husband bought it me for.xmas

  9. janine atkin says:

    i want the read anne of green gables

  10. sheri Darby says:

    Paul Auster’s 4321 and 5 novels by Lawrence Durrell

  11. jo liddement says:

    Looking forward to reading Dean Koontz new detective series The Whispering Room.

  12. Carole Nott says:

    i like to read interesting autobiographies

  13. laura jones says:

    so many books on my list as usual its a huge list but i always get through it

  14. Samantha R says:

    I think the next book I want to read is the Muse by Jessie Burton – it’s been on my list a while!

  15. laura stewart says:

    i want to read the stephen king books x

  16. Laura Pritchard says:

    The second book in The Bone Season series by Samantha Shannon

  17. Ruth Wollerton says:

    I want to read Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman. I have heard so much about and I want to see if it lives up to its reputation xxx

  18. To catch up on Josephine Cox books I haven’t read

  19. carol boffey says:

    the shining

  20. Angela Kelly says:

    BOOKS! Seriously, I’ll read anything and everything that is fiction.

  21. paul jackson says:

    Origin by Dan Brown

  22. Adrian Bold says:

    Red Clocks by Leni Zumas

  23. I’m looking forward to reading “The Nothing,” by Hanif Kureishi

  24. CAROL PATRICK says:

    It is Origin by Dan Brown – a must read

  25. I’m currently reading teashop in a castle and it’s taking me ages to finish. Not sure what’s next on my list as I have a big pile of books to read x

  26. Natalie Crossan says:

    Origin by Dan Brown

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