I've got another great blurb for A. S. King's Dust of 100 Dogs to share. This time, Heather Brewer, author of Chronicles of Vladimir Tod series, weighs in:
"Exciting, fascinating, spellbinding. A rich tale of a girl born with a compass firmly planted in her hand. A.S. King is a force to be reckoned with. I'd follow Saffron into the briny deep."
-Heather Brewer, author of The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod
Commenters on previous posts have had many nice things to say about the cover for The Dust of 100 Dogs and I think rightly so. It was a cover that came about in a way strangely suitable for the book. In the same way I was not looking for a "reincarnated pirate girl book" (a phrase that has become the internal shorthand for the book) when the manuscript showed up, I did not expect this cover at all. It was a complete and wonderful surprise.