Theodosia and the Eyes of Horus – COVER ART!!

Ta da! Here is the cover art for the third Theodosia book, Theodosia and the Eyes of Horus!

How much do I adore these Theodosia covers?? Yoko Tanaka is a GENIUS!


14 Responses to “Theodosia and the Eyes of Horus – COVER ART!!”

  1. Paige Says:

    This is so awesome!
    The book will be available in April, and it has a wicked cover! Then, in May, Rick Riordan’s Kane Chronicles will be released on the 4th! SO much Egyptian mythology in so little time!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Ashoka Says:

    Wow, that is one cool cover. How does Yoko Tanaka make thoose hieroglyphics glow like that?

  3. R.L. Says:

    Paige, I just heard about Rick Riordan’s new series! Should be very interesting to read his take on ancient Egyptian magic!

    Ashoka, I think it is actually the art director that gives those hieroglyphs the glow–probably using something like Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator.

  4. Kara Says:

    AHHHHH!!!!!!!! that is sooooo cool! i love how Isis is on the cover!

  5. Kaitlyn Says:

    Wow! That’s amazing!

    I can’t WAIT for the book to come out! I’m not reading the second chapter, just so it will be a surprise!

    Theo rocks!

  6. Naomi Says:

    Wow! It is really cool how the S’s in the title look like eyes! All of the covers so far are beautiful! It’s drawing me in!

    P.S: I’m new here, but I’m a HUGE Theo fan!

  7. R.L. Says:

    Welcome, Naomi! So glad you found us. And that you like the covers. :-)

  8. Anna Says:

    Is Rick Riordan’s new series the 39 Clues or something I haven’t heard about yet??

  9. RL Says:

    Anna, Rick Riordan has a new series coming out called The Kane Chronicles, which IS different than the 39 Clues. It’s also about Egyptian gods and goddesses.

  10. Anna Says:

    Oh, wow! I can’t wait to read that!

  11. R.L. Says:

    Hope you like it, Anna!

  12. Greek Girl/Athena Says:

    Do you know what the cover for the fourth Theodosia book will look like? If so, what color is the background?

  13. Jiroft Says:

    Hi ms. LaFevers I have a great story that would be just the sort of thing you would be interested in. My mother has a friend who used to work as a night guard at the Oriental Institute of Chicago. One night he was sitting all alone in the Egypt room, and he swears the cat goddess Bastet in full Egyptian garb walked into the room, looked at him and said “meow.” To this day, he cannot be sure if he was asleep and dreaming or not when it happened…

  14. R.L. Says:

    You are right, Jiroft! I DO love that story. Most deliciously creepy!