Here are the book covers we loved the most from our reads this year – and more importantly we’re sharing if the book as good as the cover suggests.
✩ KIM ✩
Crooked Kingdom, Leigh Bardugo
Cover illustration by Jonathan Bartlett
I loved this book so much and the cover was the icing on the cake.
Shadowshaper, Daniel Jose Older
Jacket photo by Michael Frost; Jacket art and design by Christopher Stengel
I adore how the cover designer injected some color into Sierra’s hair as a nod to the mural painting she does in the book.
✤ TANYA ✤
Children of Blood and Bone, Tomi Adeyemi
In an interview with Teen Vogue, the author mentioned that the cover is by children’s book illustrator and designer, Rich Deas, which she wanted to convey the “power, beauty and blackness” of her teenage protagonist. The book was just as good as the cover.
Binti and Binti Home, Nnedi Okorafor
Cover design and art direction by Christine Foltzer
Cover art by Dave Palumbo
Both books were just as good as the cover.
Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows, Balli Kaur Jaswal
Book cover design by Holly MacDonald.
The book was good but a little cheesy at times .. still, I think the book as good as the cover.
Which book cover do you like the most? If you’re participating in #AMonthofFaves [The 2018 Edition] link up to your blog post (or Instagram picture) below.
// Comments //
Huh, I never even noticed the colors in Sierra’s hair, but you’re so right. What an awesome touch.
I picked my covers based on covers I liked and didn’t think about whether the book was good or not. That probably would have been helpful 🙂
Also, Binti is sitting on my TBR so I’m looking forward to getting into it!