Hello, lovely readers! It’s time for Which Cover Wednesday. For those those of you who don’t know, Which Cover Wednesday is a weekly meme where I compare two covers of the same novel and give my opinion on which one looks better. And you can participate to choose your favourite as well by commenting below. And the covers are:
1. Frostbite by Richelle Mead (English and Croatian)
Between these two covers, I’d go with the second one. It looks so much more mysterious and the cover seems so much more enticing with the faded edges.
2. Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging by Louise Rennison
Again with the second one! It looks more real and put-together, although the first one does have an adolescence feel to it…
3. Incarnate by Jodi Meadows (English and German)
First cover this time! I’ve always loved this cover, with its lighting and colours. The butterfly mask is a nice touch as well (for reasons within the book). While the second one does have a nice flower pattern, I wouldn’t choose it as the ideal cover for this book.
4. Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins
First cover forever! The first one seems to relate my thoughts of the book to school, and I love the reflection magic 😉 . Also, for some reason, the second cover reminds me of Mean Girls.
5. My Soul to Steal by Rachel Vincent
This one’s too easy; it’s first cover for me! It looks so breathtaking with models, the dress and the font. The second cover looks a bit simplistic and irrelevant to me, but is still a good cover.
That’s this week’s Which Cover Wednesday? What did you think? Did you heart one cover more than the other or were they just all the same to you? If you have any thoughts you’d like to share, please leave them in the comments below! Until next time…