30 May 2016
Filed under Book Reviews Tags: My May Covers
Below is a round up of my covers for the books I’ve read during May. There are some fantastic covers below: which is your favourite? (My May in review to follow tomorrow).
Best cover has to be Stranger of Tempest, look at that huge demon! Wheel of Osheim was a stunning read. 😊
I agree tbh – although there are some lovely covers from this month’s reads. Pretty funny that they almost follow a colour theme of greens and reds.
I agree with Drew!
Yeah – it’s an absolutely fabulous cover.
The cover for Between Two Thorns is really pretty! I haven’t read any of these but they do look really interesting.
It’s a very interesting concept – I’m not sold on the characters totally at the moment but the ideas and setting are great and I’m about to pick up No.2 so hopefully things will move on well.
Wow! You read some awesome looking books this month! I’ve got to catch up on the Red Queen’s War series at some point.
I’ve just finished the 3rd Mark Lawrence book and not reviewed it yet but I can safely say that is my favourite of his so far (and I’ve loved all his books). It was so good.
Beautiful collage! I had a bunch of aqua/yellow and red/black/white covers this month, looks like you’ve got a few of those too 🙂
I must admit that when they were all bunched together there was a sort of theme – I was tempted to go and try to put the colours together just to highlight it more.
That was a great bunch of books:). While I agree that Stranger of Tempest is a great cover, I also REALLY like Company Town – the way the title is incorporated into the design is clever.
Company Town is a great cover – I really like it and I’ve read it and the content lives up to the exterior. Will be reviewing that one shortly.
I look forward to reading your review:).
I liked The Prophecy Con and The Split Worlds…
They’re both lovely covers aren’t they.
Another great collection of covers – Particularly like The Prophecy Con and Stranger of Tempest is so cool!
They’re both gorgeous covers aren’t they!
Gorgeous covers, indeed. My eyes are irresistibly drawn toward the butterfly on The Time Traveler’s Almanac: that spot of so-bright blue over the neutral color is quite beautiful…
it’s a lovely cover – there’s an alternate cover that looks all clockwork like but I don’t find it half as attractive.
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