Divergent book 3 Allegiant’s cover release date has been unveiled: May 9!
Divergent trilogy author Veronica Roth taped a segment with Today Show correspondent Ryan Seacrest to unveil the cover. While we don’t get to watch yet, a photo from the taping can be seen below.
If we may overanalyze the blurred out book for a moment: Divergent book 3′s cover appears to be a orange-brown-ish color, which falls in line with the orange teaser jacket we saw when Allegiant’s release date was announced. We expect the teaser image’s color was purposely selected because it will be the book cover’s color scheme.
We’ll get to watch the segment sometime during the Today Show broadcast on Tuesday, May 9. The Today Show airs from 7 a.m. – 11 a.m. on NBC.
We expect the cover to debut online immediately following the segment, so we’ll bring it to you immediately after it’s seen on television.
Only five days to go! Can’t wait until then? Check out the best Allegiant fan made covers we’ve found on the internet.
Divergent book 3 Allegiant hits store shelves October 22, 2013. Meanwhile, the first book in Roth’s trilogy is currently being turned into a movie. The cast is led by Shailene Woodley and Theo James who play Tris and Four respectively. The movie will open in theaters March 21, 2014.
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Anne Rice's Meltdown
Anne Rice is no stranger to dramallamas on the internet, in fact I think there should be a special entry for her because when she’s in the midst of one they are truly epic. Last week a blogger called Miss Articulate who felt that Rice’s Pandora wasn’t that impressive and turned it into book art because the book was falling apart and it was an old copy. Anne Rice on her facebook page linked to the blog post and all hell broke loose. I liked how Miss Articulate fared with the critical onslaught and a few of Rice’s fans were disgusted by the attacks too and the fact that she made the book into art fares better than what I’ve heard of other reviewers burning books which they hated. But apparently this wasn’t the only case, and Anne Rice then linked to an open letter directed to her, explaining why she was not going to read anymore of her books and the comments are very interesting with another poster saying she was a target as well. This is a shame and this smacks of sending off the fan girls while the author sits back stating they aren’t blasting the critics.
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