Aurora - Julie Bertagna Reviews
Description:ISBN 0330435647 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Julie Bertagna / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2011-06-03 by Macmillan ... more
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Having read the previous two books in the series, Exodus and Zenith, it was only natural to read this third and last book, titled Aurora. ~~~BOOK COVER~~~ I was most displeased to find that this cover was in a different style to the previous two books (released by Picador), so I could complete the collection. The other two covers by Picador were simple yet sophisticated. Whilst this new set of covers look good for the teen audience it is aimed at, I would've liked them to at least have released the last book with the previous cover style, and save this new set for a re-release. This is obviously just a small point as this new cover actually has ... Read the complete review
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