Personal Effects: Dark Art


The online blurbs for this book are filled with superlatives. Apparently, there are web addresses and phone numbers in the story which actually work and give you additional information that the characters in the boom won’t even know. Sounds gimmicky… and brilliant. Wish I’d thought if it first!

I like this cover because it’s grungy, bloody, and looks as if paper ephemera was used in it’s creation. The only way this cover could get better is if it looked like a periodical chart. But that is an entirely other cover Jones of mine.

Personal Effects: Dark Art by J.C. Hutchins & Jordan Weisman.


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