Top 5 Book Covers

Friday, 16 May 2014
Hello everyone. I thought I'd do another top 5 post with my favourite book covers. I'm not one to buy a book specifically for the cover but if there are several different cover designs then I'll go for the nicest ones available. And I absolutely hate movie covers!

More Than This by Patrick Ness I absolutely love this cover although it does give me a bit of a headache when I look at it for too long. This is a hardback without a dust jacket and the door is actually cut out. When you lift it up the inside page is the bright yellow. Not to mention that it's also an insane book. I don't want to talk about plot too much because I think this is one of those books that you should read whilst not really knowing what it's about. But trust me, it's good! 

Paper Towns by John Green - This cover is one of my favourites because I really like the idea of filling a map with pins of places you want to visit. I also think it fits really well with what happens in the novel. It's about a girl who goes missing and the guy that she was friends with as a kid goes to hunt her down. My copy is also signed which makes it so much better!

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky - The Perks Of Being A Wallflower is my favourite novel ever. I love all of the writing on it and the attached photos. The novel is written as letters so it makes sense that there's paper on the cover. And I love the font!

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern - In this book the circus is completely made up of black and white things and followers of the circus identify themselves with a red scarf. You see how this works? The Night Circus is a beautiful, detailed book and I feel like the cover really reflects that. It's a hard plot to explain but trust me, it's hard not to love this book.

The Ask And The Answer by Patrick Ness - Another Patrick Ness book. What can I say? I love that man. I really like the geometric design on the books in this series but this one is my favourite. The blue colour is a really pretty colour. I want to explain how it coordinates with the book but as it's the second in a series I'll leave that up to you to discover!

What are your favourite book covers?

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