Beetiful designed the book cover for I’ll Bring You Back, a young adult fiction novel by Richard Brown and Joe Hart.
To save the boy she loves, she must do the impossible.
Londyn and David’s friendship bloomed under an oak tree. Through the years they endured hardships, triumphs, and the awkward transition from friends to something more. But a sudden accident on a snowy mountain road, changes everything.
Instead of celebrating the end of her senior year and acceptance to college, Londyn spends her days at David’s hospital bedside, squeezing his hand and urging him to wake from a prolonged coma. It’s during one of these visits that Londyn slips into another world—a mirror of her own, only it’s decaying and threatened by an encroaching darkness. A world that may all exist within David’s dying mind.
Navigating the treacherous landscape leads Londyn through memories of her past, of her relationship with David—adventures, heartbreaks, first kisses. Each memory seems to draw her closer to David, to bringing him back. But the world around Londyn is crumbling, getting darker by the minute. And what if David isn’t the only one lost?
Alternating between past and present, love and tragedy, I’ll Bring You Back is a portrait of hope in the face of hopelessness. An emotionally powerful story with universal themes that will stay with the reader long after the last page.
Richard Brown is the author of five novels, including the popular post-apocalyptic series, Dead Highways. He has also published a collection of poetry and a short graphic novel. When he's not writing, Richard enjoys spending time with his family, studying history and economics, and playing board games.
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Joe Hart is the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of eleven novels that include The River Is Dark, Obscura, and The Last Girl. When not writing, he enjoys reading, exercising, exploring the great outdoors, and watching movies with his family. For more information on his upcoming novels and access to his blog, visit www.joehartbooks.com.