Coverlust (1)

Judging the book by it’s cover may be by far the worst way to pick a book but let’s face it, it’s the first thing we see. It’s the literary equivalent of  “first impressions aren’t everything”. Even so, most of the time the goodies come wrapped in a delicious cover and we just can’t help but pick it up! Here’s my picks of releases for November with eye-catching covers! Click the links to be forwarded to their respective Goodreads page and hope you like this week’s picks!

Black City– Simple title typography, contrasting colours that match really good, what more can you ask for!

Eternally Yours- I know covers with pretty girls seem to be the cliche in YA but the whole combination with the vertical title typography makes it work really well 🙂

Refuge– There’s a certain gloom that inhabits the cover, add to that the way it’s been processed and the font used for the title conveys a mystery!

The Twisted Tragedy of Miss Natalie Stewart– The usage of the frame with those fancy borders gives this book cover a really “english” feel, not to mention the girl’s back is towards the reader which is kind of uncommon!

 

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