Wednesday, June 19, 2013

The Princess in the Opal Mask by Jenny Lundquist, COVER REVEAL / GIVEAWAY

Along with Mundie Moms, Mundie Kids is thrilled to be apart of today's COVER REVEAL for Jenny Lundquist's upcoming release of THE PRINCESS in the OPAL MASK! I'm so excited to help Jenny reveal the cover for newest book. 

Check out this cover!

Beautiful! Before I tell you a little bit about the book, if you're attending ALA next week be on the look out for ARCS being handed out of it there!

About the Book
One Legend Determines the Fate of Two Lives

 In the faraway village of Tulan, sixteen-year-old Elara has spent her entire life as a servant, trying to track down her real name. The name she was given before being orphaned. Meanwhile, in the kingdom of Galandria, Princess Wilhamina does not know why her father, the king, makes her wear a mask. Or why she is forbidden to ever show her face.

 When a new peace treaty between Galandria and Kyrenica is threatened, Elara and Wilha are brought face to face. Told in alternating perspectives, this intricate fairytale pulls both girls toward secrets that have been locked away behind castle doors, while the fate of two opposing kingdoms rests squarely on their untrained shoulders.

Jenny Lundquist was born and raised in Huntington Beach, CA. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Intercultural Studies with a minor in TESOL at Biola University. Lundquist has published two middle-grade books, Seeing Cinderella and Plastic Polly. She lives in Rancho Cordova, California with her husband and two sons. Visit her online at and Twitter @Jenny_Lundquist.

Head over to Goodreads and add this book to your TBR lists.

The Giveaway
Thank you to Jenny, I've got 1 ARC to giveaway to one lucky reader! To enter, please fill out the form below

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