Veronica Rossi’s Into The Still Blue Cover in Blocks

Here at My Friends Are Fiction there is nothing we love more than great books, cover art and LEGOs. What could be better than our favorite covers redone in Lego? The answer–nothing.

This time we’ve done Into the Still Blue by Veronica Rossi. I hadn’t realized just how dark they had Perry’s hair on the cover until working on this but we decided to keep it close to the original cover rather than the description in the book.


This is the third and last in the Under the Never Sky series-you can see my thoughts on this final book here.
Our next cover will be from the highly anticipated book The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski–look for our Lego cover next month.

The other covers we’ve recreated:
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  1. says

    Wow, Kristen! These covers are so VERY impressive! Awesome work! On average, how long does it take you and your husband to design one of these?

    My favorite has got to be The Girl of Nightmares cover. You guys really went all out with the ghostly Legos. Gahhh. Beautiful! πŸ™‚

    Marlene @ The Flyleaf Review

    • says

      Thanks Marlene…it depends on the cover as to how long it takes. I think the shortest was 3-4 hours the longest 9hrs? Worth it though because they are so fun to make.

      I really love the GoN cover too πŸ™‚ My husband had a blast making the ghosts.

  2. says

    This IS BRILLIANT!! WOW!! Kristen, you guys always do such an amazing job with the LEGO covers!!
    And I’m super excited to see The Winner’s Curse LEGO too!!

  3. says

    Omg this is awesome! Look at that hair! and those chest muscles! HAHA! What a sexy beast! I’m excited to see The Winner’s Curse’s cover too that one will not be easy for you to do, though, but it will so be worth it, me thinks!

  4. says

    I adore these…please never stop doing them! πŸ˜€ I love how her hair is flowing and his chest muscles and just everything. So great! I can’t wait to see The Winner’s Curse…specifically the hand holding the R! I love that aspect on the cover.

    • says

      Thank you Jen! there are entirely way too many amazing covers that need to be seen as Lego so I don’t see us stopping anytime soon πŸ™‚ I can’t wait to see the Lego hand holding the R. -)

    • says

      Thanks Jen! This one didn’t take nearly that long. It makes me laugh too…who’d of thought Perry and Aria would be so adorable as Lego Mini-figures?

    • says

      This makes me so happy! It was such a sporadic idea to redo covers in Lego–I was afraid people would be like ‘wha??” but people seem to love mini-figures as much as I do. I really can’t think of anything that isn’t a little bit funnier or cooler in lego.

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