Hi there, wonderful readers! It’s that time of week again: Which Cover Wednesday! Which Cover Wednesday is a weekly meme I host. What happens is that I compare two different covers of a book and give my opinion of which cover looks better. And feel free to join in on the fun by giving your opinions in the Comments Section below. Here are this week’s covers:

1.  The Dazzling Heights by Katharine McGee

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In this case, I’d choose the first cover over the second. I love the air of mystery with the fog surrounding the two towers! And that dazzling typography! 💖 Plus, I’m not much of a fan of Avery being the main focus of the cover when there are so many other POVs in the novel. But maybe it was done for the UK’s cover consistency… Overall, I’m #TeamFirstCover

2. Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry

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First cover gets my vote again! I find that the second cover doesn’t look as “put-together” as the first. Maybe because the second cover is for the Kindle edition and the publisher is targeting a different audience altogether, possibly one that doesn’t care about covers as much? Whatever the reason behind it, the first cover seems like a much more polished edition altogether.

3. In Search of Us by Ava Dellaira

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At first, I was going to go with cover number one because of its cover art, but then I thought that the fact that it doesn’t include the word “Us” in the title is kind of weird (Is it hidden somewhere in the cover? Or is it a creative tactic of some kind?) Plus, the second cover sets the scene and relates more to the story than the first cover, with a girl on the move looking for something in L.A. (or I could just be reading into it and she’s just looking at the birds or the sun 😀 )!

4. My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella

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My love goes with the first cover! Not only is it bright and eye-catching, I also love the amount of detail given to the cover’s illustration. To me, that reflects the story more than the second cover, which seems plainer and less appealing in comparison.

Well, that’s a wrap on this week’s Which Cover Wednesday! I guess I was more inclined to liking the first covers this week! Which covers caught your eye? Let me know in the Comments Section below! Have a nice day!

–  Sumaya