Published by Tor Teen
Published on September 20th 2016
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Metaltown, where factories rule, food is scarce, and hope is in short supply.
The rules of Metaltown are simple: Work hard, keep your head down, and watch your back. You look out for number one, and no one knows that better than Ty. She’s been surviving on the factory line as long as she can remember. But now Ty has Colin. She’s no longer alone; it’s the two of them against the world. That’s something even a town this brutal can’t take away from her. Until it does.
Lena’s future depends on her family’s factory, a beast that demands a ruthless master, and Lena is prepared to be as ruthless as it takes if it means finally proving herself to her father. But when a chance encounter with Colin, a dreamer despite his circumstances, exposes Lena to the consequences of her actions, she’ll risk everything to do what’s right.
In Lena, Ty sees an heiress with a chip on her shoulder. Colin sees something more. In a world of disease and war, tragedy and betrayal, allies and enemies, all three of them must learn that challenging what they thought was true can change all the rules.
An enthralling story of friendship and rebellion, Metaltown will have you believing in the power of hope.
I will not apologize for the fact that this makeup collage has some bold lippies.
I was obsessed with the neutral and orange-ish tones that were in the cover for Metaltown, and I was inspired to play around with metallic hues.
Here’s my cover inspired makeup look:
This is my dream palette! Personally, I love matte neutral shadows, and a bold lip. Gold, Bronze, and pearlized shades are always the best finishing accent to the overall look.
Have I mentioned I LOVE this cover? Be sure to get your grabby hands on a copy of Metaltown, which will hit shelves tomorrow!
Speaking of “bold looks”, check out this bold hair Kristen Simmons will be rockin’ for the release of Metaltown:
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