Friday, April 2, 2010

Jaya Miceli: All Other Nights


A beautiful cover from Jaya, just in time for Passover! I didn't realize, but I think the title actually refers to the Passover song that asks the Four Questions. This is a Civil War spy thriller/romance. Jacob, a Jewish man, enlists in the Union army and becomes a spy. Turns out the Jews are united in faith, but divided in loyalties to the Union and Confederacy. His first mission: assasinate his Confederate uncle during Passover! Jacob later must marry a Confederate spy as part of another mission...and love begins to bloom. Jaya's done an amazing job combining minimal symbols to create an atmospheric, historic, and original design. The stars (of David) are gold foil. New in paperback from Norton (this is slightly cropped in the thumbnail. Please click to reveal the full glory). And I just remembered! Jaya did another awesome cover for the Jews: People of the Book! Big up, girl. You do my peeps proud.

7 comments:

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Ian Shimkoviak said...

Yeah, this is a beauty on the shelf. that typeface is great. Totally unexpected... and it works.

I'm interviewing here right now. Should shed some light on how she does the magic.

Ian Shimkoviak said...

Oh. and I agree with whatever this Chinese guy is saying. Just spot on stuff.

Tal said...

right? I was gonna say.

Victoria Janssen said...

I'm intrigued by the description of this book.

Anonymous said...

I don't know... I like the layout, but It seems that the trees are floating.

Tal said...

But they're the famous floating trees of Passover, of course!