See The Stunning Cover For Tahereh Mafi’s DEFY ME

With just two and a half months before the book’s release, fans have been dying for a Defy Me book cover for quite some time. Just today, Epic Reads finally unleashed the first look at the chilling new cover, plus an excellent preorder campaign!

The book covers are famously focused on a single character’s eye that’s been jazzed up to reflect a certain element and environment. While the Restore Me cover is all sky and feathers, the Defy Me cover features Warner’s eye and it is pure, jagged ice. Take a look below!

We know it’s just one eye, but it looks pretty serious! After the shaky end of the last book, we imagine the characters are going to have a rough time in part five of six.

Look closely and you’ll also notice a veerrryyyy interesting something reflected in that eye!

Since the cover is all about eyes, Epic Reads has decided to theme their preorder campaign around eyes as well! US Residents who submit their proof of purchase to Epic Reads before April 2nd will receive an eye pencil set within 4-6 weeks of the book’s release!

Preorder the book now via Amazon or support your local bookstores via Indiebound so you won’t miss out!

Juliette’s short tenure as the supreme commander of North America has been an utter disaster. When the children of the other world leaders show up on her doorstep, she wants nothing more than to turn to Warner for support and guidance. But he shatters her heart when he reveals that he’s been keeping secrets about her family and her identity from her—secrets that change everything.

Juliette is devastated, and the darkness that’s always dwelled within her threatens to consume her. An explosive encounter with unexpected visitors might be enough to push her over the edge.

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