It’s time for some new Pandava covers! That’s right—not one, but two new covers for new Aru Shah books. Even though the series finale is up next with Aru Shah and the Nectar of Immortality, the book that launched the series (and all of Rick Riordan Presents), Aru Shah and the End of Time, is getting the graphic novel treatment. And judging these books by their covers, they’re both going to be stunning.
BY ROSHANI CHOKSHI
ADAPTED BY JOE CARAMANGA, ILLUSTRATED BY ANU CHOUHAN
ON SALE 3/2/2022
This full-color graphic novel edition of the New York Times Best Seller features the striking artwork of Vancouver-based artist Anu Chouhan. As you can tell from the sneak preview the cover provides, it’s going to be hard to take your eyes off of this one. With an adaptation by Harvey and Eisner-Award nominated comic book creator Joe Caramanga, this graphic novel is sure to make us fall for Aru, Mini, and Boo all over again.
And our sneak preview doesn’t stop with the cover!
BY ROSHANI CHOKSHI
ON SALE 4/5/2022
The new cover for Roshani Chokshi’s climactic story is setting our expectations even higher than they already were. We don’t want the series to be over! But also we can’t wait to read!
See below for a synopsis and stay tuned for more about Aru Shah and the Nectar of Immortality.
The Pandavas only have until the next full moon to stop the Sleeper from gaining access to the nectar of immortality, which will grant him infinite power. But how can Aru, Mini, and Brynne hope to defeat him without their celestial weapons? The Sleeper and his army are already plundering the labyrinth, and the sisters can’t even enter. Their quest to get in will have them calling on old friends, meeting new allies, and facing fearsome trials, like…performing in a rock concert? When the moment of confrontation finally arrives, it’s up to Aru to decide who deserves immortality, the devas or the asuras. The most unexpected answer will come from a most unexpected place. More surprises and delights, gods and demons, and laughs and tears await in this immensely satisfying conclusion to the wild ride that began with the lighting of a lamp.