Sci-Fi & Scary is happy to work with Uproar Books and bring you the cover reveal AND pre-order launch for Foretold, the first book in the Scryer series, from Violet Lumani.
The Foretold Blurb
Cassandra sees death and devastation all around her. In vivid detail.
It’s the price of living with her OCD and extreme anxiety. In every situation, Cass imagines the worst possible fate for everyone in her life. Her dad in a pool of blood after a break-in. Her beloved older neighbor, homeless. A splinter in her finger turned to gangrene.
But this time, it’s not her imagination. The boy next door, Colin, is destined to die. Cass has foretold a real death before; she knows this is a true vision.
Desperate to save Colin’s life, Cass immerses herself in a secret organization of soothsayers that promises to teach her how to change the future she foresees. But as she descends into their hidden world of divinatory magic and predictive technology, she discovers there’s always a price to pay for unraveling fate’s strands. And cheating death will cost her everything.
About Violet Lumani
Violet Lumani was raised in a family of superstitious omen-watchers, absorbing the stories and myths her family brought to America with them. She holds a BA from Barnard College of Columbia University, and an MBA from UCONN and lives in Connecticut with her husband, two kids, a forever-dieting chihuahua named Kiwi and her new adopted fur-brother named Coconut. FORETOLD, part of the Scryer series, is her YA debut.
Check out Violet’s website here.
And now, the Foretold cover, by artist Shayne Leighton
Isn’t that absolutely gorgeous?! Uproar puts out quality books and is not afraid to invest the time and money to draw attention to their work. If you like YA Contemporary Fantasy, make sure to use the links below to pre-order FORETOLD now!
Amazon Link: Foretold
For Other Retailers: https://UproarBooks.com/foretold
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