Cover Reveal : ‘Where The Waters Turn Black’ by Benedict Patrick

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I’m sure you remember Benedict Patrick and the brilliant guest post he wrote for my blog. Well, now I’m here to reveal the amazing cover for his new book which is to be released on 16th November. Curious? I know you are.

where the waters turn black

When gods and monsters battle, her music will not protect her…

The Crescent Atoll is a remote string of tropical islands, connected by long canoe journeys and a love of stories.

When Kaimana, a young ocarina player, discovers the lair of a taniwha – a legendary monster – she finds herself inspired. The song she is composing about their encounter will be her masterpiece, but her disturbance of the beast attracts the ruining gaze of the god of war. She must convince the taniwha to trust her if they are both to survive.

Where the Waters Turn Black is a standalone novel from Benedict Patrick’s Yarnsworld series. Inspired by the myths and legends of South Pacific island cultures, this book is perfect for those seeking fantasy stories with a hint of the unfamiliar.

Where the Waters Turn Black will be released in November 2016. Head HERE to be notified when it is released, and to get some exclusive Yarnsworld stories.



  1. I’m an aid fan of Fantasy books, movies and everything fantasy themed. Are they’re going to survive, I hopefully I could grab a copy of thin one and really hoping they could make it a movie perhaps.

  2. The covers of his books are GORGEOUS so far! I want to start They Mostly Come Out At Night this week in the spirit of Halloween and am really looking forward to it 🙂

  3. I am not familiar with the culture and folklore of South Pacific islands but hearing the name Kaimana and taniwha sounds exciting! The names sounds similar to our names in the Philippines (maybe because we are in the Pacific too). I love the book cover. The beast looks menacing!

  4. This will a great read when it drops, thanks for the little insight and headsup. Will be waiting.

  5. According to the synopsis, the cover fits perfectly. I like this spcific style that definitely rings with the South Pacific culture. Just by looking at the cover we know that it will focus on it. The perspective between the volcano, the water, the monster and the title is right and efficient!
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