That is so cool how each country has its own cover! I didn't know that about foreign editions. Congratulations, Jay!
WOW. That's a striking cover...CONGRATS to you!!
I am looking forward to reading your book, sir! It has been highly recommended to me, and even before I return to thank you for it, I'd like to say tha your disclamer is hlarious! (at the bottom of the webpage) hah hah!
I can't imagine how exciting it must feel to have something you wrote show up all around the world. Congratulations!
Hi, I'm from Germany and I just finished reading your book. I couldn't stop reading until I reached the last page - and I was really impressed by the story you wrote and how you wrote it. I hope to read something new from you soon!
"dead girls don't lie"that's awesome.nice teeny excerpt from the book.=]
I'm a very "flashy title/cover" person so when I first saw the book, my brain immediately went "Get. Book. Read. Now." And then I noticed the author's name (it's rather small in comparison to, well, the rest of the cover) and I went "Oh, wait. I've read this." I spent the next fifteen minutes contemplating whether I should buy the German one to put next to my US version. In the end I decided not to.I didn't even pick up the book.I have to say that I like the US one better though... this one kinda creeps me out. And makes me think of zombies (I blame the neon green...)
I am from germany and I read your books (like the german cover most!!). I loved the novel and made it to "Book of the month in april".In one or two weeks you can see a video-review (unfortunately only in german), in which I speak of the book. You'll find it on my website (www.kossis-welt.de) and of course at www.youtube.com.I will send you the link of course, if you want to have it! ;-)All my best from germany! Please public a second book here as soon as possible! ;-)Andrea
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