Cover reveal: The Conspiracy of Us by Maggie Hall

I never seem to know where I find books whose release dates are always too far away for my liking. I always end up wanting it more than anything else at the moment. It is certainly the case when it comes to a book with an extraordinary cover, a beautiful one too. The cover of Maggie Hall's soon-to-be-released debut The Conspiracy of Us just dropped, and it was love at first sight.


This cover is beyond every other photoshopped YA cover with a girl in a dress. Sure it's photoshopped, and the girl is wearing a dress, but the main reason for so being in love with it has to be the beautiful colour scheme of white, blue and gold. They always say it's not good to judge a book by its cover, but it's too hard not to be excited for this one. Especially when the words romantic thriller, in the vein of a YA DaVinci Code are written in the synopsis. I love everything that has to do with the DaVinci Code, and the renaissance of course. Take a look for yourself:

To fight her destiny as the missing heir to a powerful and dangerous secret society, sixteen-year-old Avery West must solve an ancient puzzle in a deadly race across Europe. Forbidden love and code-breaking, masked balls and explosions, destiny and dark secrets collide in this romantic thriller, in the vein of a YA DaVinci Code. Avery West's newfound family can shut down Prada at the Champs-Elysees when they want to shop in peace, and can just as easily order a bombing when they want to start a war.

They are part of a powerful and dangerous secret society called the Circle of Twelve, and Avery is their missing heir. If they discover who she is, some of them will want to use her as a pawn. Some will want her dead.

To thwart their plans, Avery must follow a trail of clues from the landmarks of Paris to the back alleys of Istanbul and through a web of ancient legends and lies. And unless she can stay one step ahead of beautiful, volatile Stellan, who knows she’s more than she seems, and can decide whether to trust mysterious, magnetic Jack, she may be doomed after all.

January 13th 2015, I'm ready for you.

Aurélie Cremers is an eighteen-year-old living in Belgium. As an active member on Goodreads, Edelweiss and Amazon, she's always spreading her reviews to express her opinion and influences her followers to read the books she fairly enjoyed. When she's not writing, you can find her at her local bookstore or in a classroom. With her blog, "Exploring Pages", Aurélie hopes to gain a larger public in the near future and to continue that what she'll always love doing: writing.

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