Monday, 31 March 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Cover Reveal - Only Ever Yours by Louise O'Neill!

Thanks to Quercus Books, I can officially and exclusively reveal the cover of one of their upcoming titles - Only Ever Yours by Louise O'Neill! It's a powerful YA novel with huge crossover appeal about friendship, beauty and the cost of perfection, and here's what it's about:

Freida and Isabel have been best friends their whole lives. Now, aged sixteen and in their final year at the School, they expect to be selected as companions – wives to wealthy and powerful men.
The alternative – life as a concubine – is too horrible to contemplate.
But as the intensity of the final year takes hold, the pressure to be perfect mounts. Isabel starts to self-destruct, putting her beauty – her only asset – in peril. And then into this sealed female environment, the boys arrive, eager to choose a bride.
Freida must fight for her future – even if it means betraying the only friend, the only love, she has ever known . . .

Here's the fantastic cover for all you guys to see - what do you think? Let me know in the comments or tweet me and Quercus at @WondrousReads and @QuercusKids.

Only Ever Yours by Louise O'Neill, 7th August 2014, £7.99, Quercus Books. If you love the look of the cover and you want to read this book tweet @oneilllo saying why, to be in with a chance of winning an advance PROOF copy. 

About the author 

Louise O' Neill was born in west Cork in 1985. She studied English at Trinity College Dublin and has worked for the senior style director of American Elle magazine. While in New York, she also worked as an assistant stylist on a number of high-profile campaigns. She is currently working as a freelance journalist for a variety of Irish national newspapers and magazines, covering feminist issues, fashion and pop culture. She lives in Clonakilty, west Cork, her website is and you can find her on Twitter @oneilllo

1 comment:

caroline.taylor078 said...

I love this cover so much so thanks for bringing this book to my attention Jenny, I have tweeted the author in the hopes of winning a proof copy! :)