Covers link to Amazon, Links to Goodreads
Here are my favorites in no particular order:
This cover nails the story is really wonderful detail. The colors are perfect and the type face clear and direct.
This one is just gorgeous. I love the purple!
What can I say. The hardcover glows with color. It is super hard to see on the computer, but there is so much depth and shimmer there, much like the story inside.
I can’t even begin to explain how perfect this cover is for this story. Since it is about kids who sign up for clinical studies in order to survive, it is classic.
This one gets the story so right since the main character has an obsession with post-its. Wonderful read as well.
The cover looks simple and classic much like the story inside BUT the blood dripping from the crown let’s you know that there is danger inside. You know, uneasy lies the head that wears a crown is perfectly portrayed here.
Sigh, I had to put this one in. You can’t really tell but the dust jacket is AMAZING! Once you see everything inside of it, it is truly a work of art. I was lucky enough to hear the authors’ description of it. There are little Easter Eggs from the book filling the inside of it.
I just bought this one. I adored THESE BROKEN STARS and the cover on this one is just as spectacular. The colors are super saturated and it takes you right into space.
Classic fairy tale but with a modern twist. I asked for this one for Christmas. Fingers Crossed!
This is another one I would have bought just for the cover. It tells you exactly what the story is about and of course it is a steampunk fairy tale. You can get that whole feel just from a glance at this one.
Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff
Sigh. I adore Lauren Groff and The Monsters of Templeton also had a distinct cover and feel to it. Arcadia had a really nice cover as well. I missed out on getting an early copy of this one so I have my name in at the library. I haven’t read anything about it at all about it since I plan on reviewing it. I have a feeling that it will be strange just like her first two books.