I know some of you are as fascinated by book covers as I am, the way different countries use different marketing images for the same story, and this is an interesting one. It took me a while to work out that the night sky is actually an inverted lavender field. I do quite like it - it's definitely relevant to the novel, and the effect is weirdly creepy.
They've also played up a fantastic blurb quote from Tatiana de Rosnay, whose books are huge sellers all across Europe. This is what she wrote for the US and UK editions:
“I absolutely adored this beautifully written, modern Gothic novel, set in
, full of scents, colors and mystery. It will hook you in from the start and weave its dark, lush magic around you.” Provence
—Tatiana de Rosnay, author of Sarah's Key and A Secret Kept
So, thanks again, Tatiana!