Cover Reveal: The Burnt Bones

Okay guys, you  know how much I love Darby Karchut, right? Today I get the pleasure of participating in a cover reveal for the final book in the Finn MacCullen series. While I am very excited to get my hands on this book, I am also sad that this is the final book. I hope that you all have taken my advice and started reading Darby Karchut, if not you will soon find yourself playing catch up. The best thing about her is that she has something for everyone. Finn is for middle grade, Griffin is for young adults and Bann is for adults!

Without further ado:

The Burnt Bones final cover

The Burnt Bones by Darby Karchut 

Finn MacCullen #4

March 2016 – Spencer Hill Press

Jacket Copy:

Just when Finn MacCullen thought fate couldn’t kick him any harder after the events of the Festival of the Hunt, it does. Now, he must overcome a series of nearly impossible trials to prove his worth as an apprentice, or lose his place at his master Gideon’s side. But, Finn and Gideon, and their friends, are determined to boot fate right back. They’re going to do whatever it takes to succeed, including teaming up with a sorceress and a certain teen angel. However, Finn’s life has as many twists as a Celtic knot, and master and apprentice find themselves in their ancestral homeland of Ireland with only their wits—and a fair bit of the Black Hand’s charm—to protect them from the vengeful Celtic goddess known as the Scáthach. In this heart-stopping finale of the award-winning series, it’s going to take every scrap of Finn’s Irish luck and pluck to save himself, and his master, from death. Or worse.

Darby Karchut B&W author photo

About the Author:

Darby Karchut is an award-winning author, dreamer, and compulsive dawn greeter. She’s been known to run in blizzards and bike in lightning storms. When not dodging death by Colorado, Darby is busy writing urban fantasy for tweens, teens, and adults. Visit her at www.darbykarchut.com

Always Shine!

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2 thoughts on “Cover Reveal: The Burnt Bones

    • Thank you! It has been an amazing time with Finn, and while I hate to say good-bye, I am secretly hoping that maybe he will pop up in someone else’s adventure.

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