#Bookstagram Special Review: The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw
Back in the day, book covers always had the same power to grab you, but especially today in YA today, there’s a focus on making a cover visually stunning. Cover reveals are nothing short of magic if you’re a book lover. I find that vivid colors make bookstagramming especially fun. Here’s one of the latest in my collection of growing book art.
The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw was a compelling story that felt original while also pulling in various components from tales of mermaids, witches, and ghost stories. Of course, while the antagonists in this aren’t mermaids, Ernshaw crafted in the power of the siren. I’m a sucker for any stories having to do with the sea, it’s still so unknown and vast that it teems with possibilities. This is a love story, a ghost story, a story about loss, a story about friendship, a story about free will, and how one can remake oneself out of ashes.
“It’s as predictable as the tide and the moon. It ebbs and flows.
Death comes and it goes.”