Cover Spotlight: Aftermath

I’m not sure where I’ve been or what I’ve been hiding under that I didn’t see this or catch wind of its arrival. It’s the Aftermath cover wooooohooooooo! Yeah, I love this series, and this is one of my most anticipated books of 2011. Aguirre has been totally blessed by the cover gods when it comes to her Sirantha Jax books. I’ve loved each one more and more; this one is no exception.

Releases August 30, 2011 (according to Amazon). CANNOT WAIT. Blurb via Goodreads:

Sirantha Jax has the right genes—ones that enable her to “jump” faster-than-light ships through grimspace. But it’s also in her genetic makeup to go it alone. It’s a character trait that has gotten her into—and out of—hot water time and time again, but now she’s caused one of the most horrific events in military history…

During the war against murderous, flesh-eating aliens, Sirantha went AWOL and shifted grimspace beacons to keep the enemy from invading humanity’s homeworld. The cost of her actions: the destruction of modern interstellar travel—and the lives of six hundred Conglomerate soldiers. Accused of dereliction of duty, desertion, mass murder, and high treason, Sirantha is on trial for her life. And only time will tell if she’s one of the Conglomerate’s greatest heroes—or most infamous.

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  1. I think Aguirre posted about this cover on twitter, but not on her news feed so it was a relatively quiet announcement. I was wondering why I wasn’t seeing a BUNCH of cover posts about it! :)

    ISN’T IT PRETTYYYY!??!? :D I seriously LOVE all the covers in this series. If they ever change the cover artist before it’s done, I’ll cry into my cereal.

    • IT IS SO PURTY! :D

      Totally agree, the cover artist should stick to this series till The End. I am betting the pub agrees! And we do not want you to have watery cereal lol.

    • It’s always Squeeville around here when a new Sirantha Jax cover surfaces. ;D How many more after this? ONE? *sniffle*

    • I’m actually so glad that Aguirre has stuck to her word about not letting the series just meander on. She said she knew what story she was going to write and that would be it. Totally agree on the rereading! ;)

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