Since everyone is doing these end of the year things, I figured I may as well. I am going to stretch it out for a couple of days because I don’t think I can do it all in one post. Today’s post is a look back at the books I have read (but which were not necessarily released in 2012) that, in my opinion, had some memorable covers. So, without further ado, let’s get on with this journey!
Confession: I bought this book simply because of its cover. I was lucky that the story inside was very intriguing as well.
I loved the story so much so the cover was just an added bonus. I can’t wait for Haskell’s new novel.
The gothic feel of the cover is pretty stunning.
This might be one of my favourite books of the year. The cover is absolutely gorgeous too.
At first, I felt that the cover was too stark. Too simple and needed to be embellished a little. Then I read the novel and the tone of the novel fits perfectly with the cover. So.
This makes me think of summer, warm days and the sun on my skin. All these things are missing rather conspicuously from my life right now.
I love, love, love this cover. Photographed in motion, she looks like she’s flying and the colours of her dress are so vivid. I don’t know if it’s Tinkerbell who narrates the story or Tiger Lily who is the protagonist but either ways, I love it. Oh and the book put my heart through a blender but I liked it like that.
Do I really need to explain why this made the list? I mean, really, just look at it!
The composition, the colours and the font come together to create a brilliant cover that matches the story inside. Lovely.
I dislike the novel intensely but it doesn’t stop me from appreciating the cover. Love the colours.
This works really well for me. I love the colours, the atmosphere and the composition. And it’s way better than the first cover.
I came across this graphic novel by chance in the library and immediately fell in love with the art inside. So gorgeous.
And that’s it, you guys! Stay tuned for more Top Number lists in the coming days.