Cover Reveal: Crimson Earth by Anna Soliveres

Crimson Earth


Title: Crimson Earth
Series: Modi #2
Author: Anna Soliveres
Publication Date: December 10, 2015
Genres: Science Fiction, Dystopian, Young Adult



Aeva Storm finally has the answers she’s been looking
for since the night she was struck by lightning. She
knows who she is—and more importantly,what she is.
But her secret isn’t hers alone to keep, and some of
those who know the truth will do anything to control her.
In the sequel to the acclaimed Violet Storm, Aeva must
decide how far she’ll go to protect her identity and to find
her missing sister in a world she hardly recognizes. She must
embrace her new life—and her strange new body—if she hopes
to save the only place she and her family have left to call home. 
Filled with action, mystery, and heartbreak, Crimson Earth
finds Aeva, Ruven, and Karth on opposing sides as the war
between The False Alliance and the Monarchy draws near. 
Can they band together to fight against the evil threatening the
City? Or will they destroy each other before the war has even begun? 



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About the Author

Anna SoliveresAnna Soliveres has always been a storyteller but it wasn’t until her early twenties when she began writing novel length works. The result was an enthusiasm to get better at the craft until her work could be shared with the world. Released in March 2014, VIOLET STORM is her debut novel. The sequel, CRIMSON EARTH releases Dec. 2015. Anna is currently working on another young adult sci-fi series, titled SNOW DOLLS. To learn more, please visit her at


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4 thoughts on “Cover Reveal: Crimson Earth by Anna Soliveres

    • I know, kind of mesmerizing, aren’t they? I often don’t like the cover art on self-published books but this one (and the cover on the first book, Violet Storm) definitely got my attention in a good way.


  1. Eerie eyes in the face on the cover. Looks good. This type of book is what I consider in the YA genre. I got one today at the grocery store for my granddaughter and it said, YA, but it was about Disney type princes and princesses and I wondered if they are now calling children’s books YA because, to me it was a book for a little girl. This book would be for teenagers up to young adults or older as I know a lot of older people who read YA.


    • That’s a little weird, isn’t it? Maybe it’s a re-telling of a children’s story for the young adult crowd. There’s been a lot of that lately but usually with fairy tales, not Disney-type characters. I’d love to know what your granddaughter thinks 😉


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