Happy Wednesday, Book Dragons!
I was tagged by DellyBird to take on the Dreamy Covers Book Tag awhile ago and I’m finally posting it. I held off so I could take a proper photo of one of the books but haven’t been able to find it. I’m leaving this as an open tag for anyone who would like to do it.
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No idea but in things: A book cover that perfectly expresses the novel inside of it:
Oooooh, definitely The Ship of Shadows by Maria Kuznair without a doubt! I think the cover for the book matches the plot perfectly, and it’s such a beautiful cover, too!
Sugary sweet: A cover that is so sweet you want to give it a hug:
Definitely P.S I Still Love You by Jenny Han. I love both the original and the movie tie in editions so definitely this one.
The simple aesthetic: A book that stuns with the most minimalistic of designs:
I love the simplicity of this one, The Eve Illusion is a perfect example of ‘less is more’ – it’s such a beautiful cover!
Cover envy: A book cover you wish you had on your shelf but you don’t:
The Devil and the Dark Water by Stuart Turton. I just love the cover! I recently won a giveaway so this will soon be on my shelf. Is this cheating?
Travelling Abroad; A book cover that features a country outside of your own:
The Grateful Boys by Françoise DuMaurier, I really enjoyed this one to!
Colour wheel: A book that showcases one of your favourite colours:
To Sleep in a Sea of Stars by Christopher Paolini! Black and blue are my favourite colours and I love the colour scheme and how well the colours go together.
Switching gears: A cover change you absolutely adore:
You know what? I don’t think I have one.
‘Oldie but Goodie’: A favorite cover of your favorite classic:
I’m not really a huge reader of the classics, I’ve only read a handful.
I do love the cover of my copy of Dracula though. I love the simplicity of it.
And the winner is: Which cover above is your favourite?
To Sleep in a Sea of Stars. It’s just so beautiful, I love how elegant it is.