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Which Cover Wednesday 22

Hey, wonderful readers! Hope you all are doing well this Wednesday! I’m back with another Which Cover Wednesday! Which Cover Wednesday is a meme I host where I compare two different covers of the same book and suggest which one is more appropriate for the book. And I’m not the only one who can participate; you can, too! Just leave your cover preferences in the Comments Section below. Here are our covers :

1. The Heartbreakers by Ali Novak (English and Italian)

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In this case, I like the second cover than the first one. Both are great, but the second one is more appealing to me because of its abundance in colour as well as the fact that it doesn’t show the faces of our protagonists. That way, they can look however we imagine them to be… ๐Ÿ˜‰

2. Take a Bow by Elizabeth Eulberg

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I love the first cover! While the second cover has amazing typography, the first cover is more connected to the story, seeing as it deals with Emme and her ability to trust her own talent, rather than relying on others.

3. This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales

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First cover for the win! ๐Ÿ˜€ I love how the protagonist is so focused on this cover as well as the message in the letters of the title (LOVE). I think this particular picture on the first cover is from an actual passage within the book, so it’s more relevant than the second one, which is a bit too generic for my tastes.

4. Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell (English and Dutch)

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This time, it’s all about the second cover. I think it plays with typography way better than the first cover as well as the fact that there are hidden images within images , like the school bus at the bottom of the tape cassette. I didn’t even recognize it until after a while! ๐Ÿ˜‰

Well, that’s all for this week’s Which Cover Wednesday! Do you have any covers that you prefer? Or any suggestions for next week’s topic or titles? If you do, feel free to post your thoughts in the Comments Section below! Have a nice night, everyone! ๐Ÿ˜‰

– Sumaya


Which Cover Wednesday 10

Hi, everybody! It’s that time of the week again: Which Cover Wednesday. This is a weekly meet that I host, and involves two covers of the same book. From these two choices, I pick the one I prefer and state the reason for this. And you can participate too, in the comments below! Here are our covers for this week:

Audrey, Wait by Robin Benway

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This one’s really easy; I automatically prefer the second one. I think this might be just me, but the first cover makes me a bit dizzy, and I almost can’t see the author’s name on the cover.

Princess Academy by Shannon Hale

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First one all the way! The first cover looks like it’s actually talking about a princess academy for mountain girls, while the second one seems to show a princess merely in the mountains…

Romeo Redeemed by Stacey Jay (English and French)

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Yes to the first cover! Even though Romeo is kind of a brooder, it does not mean the other cover doesn’t suit this book, with the two protagonists right there, and their love story! It’s not just about Romeo…  ๐Ÿ˜‰

The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa

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Second cover gets my vote! It just looks way more magical (and we are dealing with fairies). Even though Ethan is not fae, there’s the fact that you only see his eyes glow blue (instead of all over his body), suggesting his power of Sight.

Revenge of the Girl with the Great Personality by Elizabeth Eulberg (English and Indonesian)

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OMG! These are both pretty covers, but I think that the second one is even more so! I love the pattern and font, as well as the amount of beauty products used in the second cover, compared to the first.

That’s this week’s Which Cover Wednesday! What did you think? I would love to hear what you think about these covers. ๐Ÿ˜‰  Have a nice day, lovely readers!


Top Ten Tuesday: Auto-Buy Authors

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

Hello! This is my second time participating in the book meme,ย Top Ten Tuesday. This week’s topic is top ten authors you would buy books from no matter what genre. Here are my top ten:

1. Meg Cabot

The first author I thought of when thinking about this week’s topic. She has written in so many different genres that I don’t think it’s possible to dislike one of her books.

2. Rainbow Rowell

I’ve read all of her books so far (except Landline) and I haven’t been disappointed yet.

3. Tahereh Mafi

I loved her writing in Shatter Me and how she developed her characters. Can’t wait to see what she’ll write next! ๐Ÿ˜‰

4. Sarah J. Maas

So far so good, with Sarah J. Maas’ two series. I’d definitely would keep an eye out for her!

5. C.C Hunter

C.C Hunter is an amazing writer who writes about brilliant heroines! I can’t imagine her not writing fantasy, but I would be interested to see what she would write outside the genre.

6. Amy Plum

I’ve already read books by Amy Plum that are of different genres and I’m impressed by her writing in both! ๐Ÿ™‚

7. Jeff Kinney

If Jeff Kinney were to write anything else, I just hope it’s as funny as Diary of a Wimpy Kid!

8. Heather Demetrios

All the books I’ve read by her so far were great!

9. Elizabeth Eulberg

Even though she’s only written Contemporary YA, I could see myself reading a different genre by Elizabeth Eulberg…

10. Kelley Armstrong

I’m always on the lookout for what Kelley Armstrong is writing! ๐Ÿ˜€

What are your thoughts on the subject? Do you have an author you like so much that you would buy any of their books on the spot? Are there any authors I’ve mentioned that are a part of your Top Ten? Feel free to leave any thoughts about this post in the comments belowย . Thanks for reading!


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