Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the wonderful The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s list is Top Ten Book Covers I’d Frame As Pieces of Art.
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The Shock of The Fall– Nathan Filer– This is the hardback cover. I know that the cover has changed for the paperback, but I remain firmly in love with this cover. It’s plain, it’s simple, it’s intriguing.
The Madness– Alison Rattle– I have a lot of love for this book, and a lot of love for the cover. I’ve noticed that the covers I’ve picked, in the main part are very simple. The cover of The Madness intrigued me. It uses some beautiful colours.
A Room Full Of Chocolate- Jane Elson– What I like about the cover is the shiny brown bit. It reminds me of an old school Galaxy wrapper. If you don’t know what Galaxy is, it’s a chocolate bar that had very shiny brown wrapping. I think some of the bigger bars still use the shiny brown! Very appealing. (A great story too!)
Pointe– Brandy Colbert– I’m obsessed with dance, and I just think this cover is plain and simple beautiful! I can’t wait to read this!
These Broken Stars– Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner– A very pretty, sparkly cover. I like!
Jasmyn– Alex Bell– This book should be well more known, and that’s not my bias as it’s one of my best friend’s books. It’s such a wonderful story with a beautiful cover. Ahh.
Sister– Rosamund Lupton– Some people might think that this cover is boring, but I like it. It’s simple and atmospheric.
Splintered– A.G Howard- Pretty, pretty book. I have the hardback edition and it’s just stunning!
Dance of Shadows– Yelena Black– There goes another dance themed book. I adore this cover and really enjoyed this book!
Q: A Love Story– Evan Mandery– Although I wasn’t the biggest fan of the story inside, I really love this cover. I love the colours.