Peek At Moira Fowley-Doyle's Mesmerizing Next Book

by Caitlin White

The Accident Season was one of the most hauntingly unique YA novels of 2015, and now thankfully, Moïra Fowley-Doyle is back with her sophomore novel Spellbook of the Lost and Found . And you guys, it sounds so incredible. If you're like me and you can't wait to get your grabby hands on it, Bustle and Penguin Random House teamed up to give you an exclusive cover reveal of Spellbook of the Lost and Found.

Fowley-Doyle's second novel captures that mesmerizing atmosphere that made the first so stunning. Olive and her BFF rose are spending a stormy Irish night at a town bonfire party when they begin to notice they're losing things. Sure, it starts off small, things any of us lose everyday, like hair clips and jewelry, but Olive begins to notice that Rose has lost something much more important, though she won't say what.

This secret loss pulls the two friends apart until, like magic, things start appearing, too, including a girl named Laurel's diary pages that pop up around town. And then Olive finds the mysterious, wild, and lost Ivy, and twins Hazel and Rowan living in an abandoned housing development. But it's when they find a spellbook, that allows to make things disappear and conjure other things, that secrets start to really unravel.

We need to hurry, hurry until August 8, 2017 (I know, a whole year!) to unravel the rest of Spellbook of the Lost and Found's secrets along with the friends.

But as just a hint to what we can expect, check out the beautiful cover of Fowley-Doyle's highly anticipated book.

It's truly gasp-worthy. Look at how her curly red hair (I'm biased, but it's my favorite) matches the flames on the book, and how the whole thing captures this mysterious atmosphere. Stunning. Plus, it's a perfect companion to the new paperback edition of The Accident Season.

Now you just have to wait until August 8, 2017 to devour Spellbook of the Lost and Found and then put these two books side by side on your shelf.

Images: Courtesy of Penguin Random House