When gods and monsters battle, her music will not protect her…

.oO COVER REVEAL Oo.

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OMG! Isn’t this cover prettah?

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When gods and monsters battle, her music will not protect her…

The Crescent Atoll is a remote string of tropical islands, connected by long canoe journeys and a love of stories.

When Kaimana, a young ocarina player, discovers the lair of a taniwha – a legendary monster – she finds herself inspired. The song she is composing about their encounter will be her masterpiece, but her disturbance of the beast attracts the ruining gaze of the god of war. She must convince the taniwha to trust her if they are both to survive.

Where the Waters Turn Black is a standalone novel from Benedict Patrick’s Yarnsworld series. Inspired by the myths and legends of South Pacific island cultures, this book is perfect for those seeking fantasy stories with a hint of the unfamiliar.

Where the Waters Turn Black will be released in November 2016. Head HERE to be notified when it is released, and to get some exclusive Yarnsworld stories.

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Where The Waters Turns Black is the second novel by Benedict Patrick and I simply cannot wait to read this book. Benedict’s first book- They Mostly Come Out At Night was absolutely brilliant and I do recommend you check out the Yarnsworld novels for imaginative and fantastic reading experience.

My review for–> They Mostly Come Out At Night by Benedict Patrick

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40 comments

  1. Yet another GORGEOUS cover indeed!!! Benedict Patrick has hired one hell of a graphic designer for them 😀 I’m going to read the previous book this October as part of the spooktivities (fecking finally!)

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  2. Both are beautiful covers and I say #coverlove for both of them! Yay!
    I think I own They Mostly Come Out At Night just bc of the cover. I’m so shallow. Haven’t read it yet and haven’t even heard of the second one! I’ll have to check it out! Thanks for the heads-up.

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