Alexandria Warwick is an author I wasn’t familiar with until I saw this sign up (hosted by TBR and Beyond Tours) for the cover reveal for her new book Hunt. Hunt won’t be releasing until Fall 2021, but I love helping authors show off their new covers.
Hunt is the third book in the North series and sounds like something I like. I guess I’ll be looking into that one soon. If you want to know more about Hunt and see the cover, keep on reading!
Hunt (North #3) by Alexandria Warwick
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
Publishing Date: Fall 2021
Deep within the frozen tundra, darkness is stirring. Nanuq, master of all polar bears, seeks a terrifying power that would grant him control over all who inhabit the North—both animal and man. Slowly, he builds his forces. Slowly, he moves his pawns.
Salvation lies with young Apaay. After being separated from her family, she finds herself deep in enemy territory, navigating a world of violence and cunning. But her quest for truth is only the beginning. The path laid before her will test her loyalties, beliefs, and even her own identity. For if Apaay is to live in a free world, she must embrace a destiny greater than anything she has ever known.
In this breathtaking third installment of the North series, Apaay discovers just how far she’ll go to protect those she loves, and to claim her place in a changing world.
About the Author
In second grade Alexandria started a book writing club with her two friends where they made homemade t-shirts and published (i.e. stapled together) two books about camping out and throwing rocks at some boys when they stole their swings on the playground. The books were “gripping,” “earth-shattering,” and “like nothing you’ve seen before.” Said my parents.
She has never outgrown her love of crafting stories. In addition to writing, she is a classically-trained violinist. She also dabbles in watercolors from time to time. She feels most free when she is creating, it’s safe to say.
So that’s the cover reveal for Hunt. I have to say this series sounds interesting. Have you already heard of or read the first two books in the North series? I’d love to hear your thoughts if you have!