Want to Read Wednesday – Song of Sorrow

Hello Humans! If you follow me on Twitter you may have seen this one coming, I’m a HUGE Melinda Salisbury fan and one of my top reads for this year has to be State Of Sorrow, I even wrote a song about it, I’m that dork. So when the cover and synopsis for Song of Sorrow was released I understandably got pretty excited and immediately had to feature it in a Want to Read Wednesday post!

Song of Sorrow Melinda Salisbury

Goodreads Summary:

Sorrow Ventaxis has won the election, and in the process lost everything…

Governing under the sinister control of Vespus Corrigan, and isolated from her friends, Sorrow must to find a way to free herself from his web and save her people. But Vespus has no plans to let her go, and he isn’t the only enemy Sorrow faces as the curse of her name threatens to destroy her and everything she’s fought for.

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Firstly, I am obsessed with this cover, I want to frame it and keep it forever on my wall. I can’t explain why but I find it incredibly calming. Which is probably going to be helpful when I read this book that will inevitably break my heart into a million tiny pieces before crushing those pieces beneath a glamorous high heel and I’ll need to stare into the cover and do some deep breathing to recover. I’m a little hyped for this book, could you tell?

I’ve actually pre-ordered two copies of this book because I want to run a giveaway in the new year so watch this space and my twitter for more information!

If you’re equally excited (I think it may be impossible for you to be more excited than I am, sorry) then let me know in the comments below!

J

 

5 thoughts on “Want to Read Wednesday – Song of Sorrow

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  1. I haven’t heard about this book at all. Is there a link that you think would be the best to go to, to read about the book? Lovely post by the way, and have a great day 🙂

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