Cover Reveal: The Sky Beneath the Stone

Alex Mullarky’s debut novel – The Sky Beneath the Stone – hits the shelves in February 2022. I’m delighted to be exclusively revealing the cover on My Book Corner today, an amazing cover created by Diana Renjina.

Take a loooooook!

Isn’t it stunning?! I love how Diana has captured the energy and details of Alex’s story…

Sky Beneath the Stone - cover

Thirteen-year-old Ivy North is an adventurer. She can pitch a tent in four minutes flat, knows the local landscape like the back of her hand, and she’s an expert map reader. There’s just one problem.

She’s afraid to go outside.

But when her little brother is transformed into a kestrel by a powerful sorcerer, Ivy is the only one who can rescue him. Following him through a mysterious hole in the garden wall, she emerges in Underfell — an enchanted realm that seems like the Lake District she knows, but is dangerously different.

Battling her dread of being out in the open, Ivy must gather all her courage to navigate a path across this extraordinary world, where haughty fairies with birds’ wings fly through purple skies and a ghostly spectre haunts her every step. With the help of an unexpected new friend, can Ivy break the spell — before her brother becomes a bird forever?

An immersive and beautifully written fantasy adventure, The Sky Beneath the Stone is a soaring journey of family, friendship, overcoming fear — and realising that we are never as lost as we think we are. Alex Mullarky’s debut novel introduces a captivating new talent in children’s fiction.

About the illustrator:

Diana Renjina is an illustrator based in Riga, Latvia. You can catch up with her on Instagram here, and dive into her AMAZING Etsy shop here. 

About the author:
Alex Mullarky is an author, playwright, screenwriter and veterinary nurse who loves to tell stories about nature and magic. Raised in Cumbria, she studied English Literature at the University of St Andrews, Scotland and Screenwriting at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, Australia. She now lives on the edge of Edinburgh and spends her free time walking with her dog, wild swimming and playing roller derby. The Sky Beneath the Stone is her debut novel.


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