Hey, all, here is a blog post at Willow Raven’s site, showcasing the cover for Shadow Twin.
Here’s what I’m going with as back cover copy, so far:
After everything she’s seen, Natividad was sure Ezekiel could take care of himself. Under any circumstances. Against any enemy. Whether he was temporarily exiled from Dimilioc or not. Then the link between them, forged when she absorbed a trace of Ezekiel’s shadow, makes it clear she was wrong.
She knows Ezekiel isn’t dead. She knows he must have met an enemy he couldn’t defeat alone. And she knows she has to rescue him, no matter the cost.
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Miguel’s brother is a black dog and his sister is Pure, but Miguel himself is only human. That has its downsides for anyone living among the Dimilioc wolves, but at least an ordinary human has a chance to think problems through, his mind unclouded by black dog rage.
But when Miguel and Natividad and the wolves of Dimilioc have no choice but to walk into a trap, even human ingenuity may not be able to get them out again…
I have always liked Miguel, the only non-super-powered sibling and one of the very few ordinary people living in Dimilioc. He is far more front-and-center in this third book than he ever has been before — except in that one short story with Cassie, of course.
Cassie isn’t actually present for most of the action in Shadow Twin. But the text exchanges between Miguel and Cassie are one of my favorite details.