Published September 6th, 2016 by Amulet Books.
Everyone loves the Graces.
Fenrin Grace is larger than life, almost mythical. He’s the school Pan, seducing girls without really meaning to. He’s biding his time until someone special comes along. Someone different, who will make him wonder how he got along all this time without her. Someone like me.
Fenrin’s twin, Thalia, is a willowy beauty with rippling, honey-colored hair. Wherever she goes, Thalia leaves behind a band of followers who want to emulate her. She casts spells over everyone she encounters, just like Fenrin—even if they both deny it.
Then there’s Summer. She’s the youngest Grace, and the only one who admits she’s really a witch. Summer is dark on the outside—with jet-black hair and kohl-rimmed eyes—and on the inside. It was inevitable that she’d find me, the new girl—a loner with secrets lurking under the surface.
I am River. I am not a Grace. But I’ll do anything to become one. (Goodreads)
This book is really surprising me. The writing is really stunning and it’s much more slow paced than I am used to but there’s something about the story that has me constantly thinking about the characters, the atmosphere, and what’s going to happen next. Just as The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater had me completely captured and immersed in the world, The Graces has me in its clutches. I am currently reading it and should have it finished by the end of the weekend and I honestly can’t wait to go more in depth with my thoughts but I really wanted to show you the stunning artwork and design of this book. With every flip of the page, I’m just in awe.