I don't know if there's any book jacket concept creepier than the tree-face book. Yikes. The whole lesson I took from the movie The Evil Dead was that trees are evil. But like vampires and werewolves and zombies before it*, it seems like it's a thing. If two creepy covers can be "a thing". Do two covers make a trend?
Season of Secrets by Sally Nichols
Sent by their father to live in the country with their grandparents after the sudden death of their mother, Molly's older sister Hannah expresses her grief in a raging rebellion while imaginative Molly finds herself increasingly distracted by visions, that seemingly only she can see, of a strange hunt in the nearby forest.
Sweetly by Jackson Pearce
When the owner of a candy shop molds magical treats that instill confidence, bravery, and passion, eighteen-year-old Gretchen’s haunted childhood memories of her twin sister’s abduction by a witch-like monster begin to fade until girls start vanishing at the annual chocolate festival.
Are there other tree-face books out there? Part of me kinda hopes not, but part of me kinda hopes so...
*Word on the street is that mermaids are up next. Wasn't there supposed to be a fairy craze too? I missed that one.
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