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Monday, May 5, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday: Best Covers

It's been a couple of weeks (maybe even months) since I've participated in a TTT. However, this week's topic I am just way to excited about. SO I needed take part. TTT is hosted over at The Broke and Bookish.

Top Ten Book Covers I'd Frame As Pieces of Art

Ps- I have a bunch of covers that I love and you can see some of my favourites here. These are specifically covers that I would hang in my house as decorations. 

The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield
I did not like this book when I read it. It was a very strange read. But I do like the cover. It would make a wonderful print for a home library, or above a bookshelf. 

The Winner's Curse by by Marie Rutkoski 
This was an interesting pick for me. While I like covers like this, I don't think they would make great framed pieces. This one however, I love. And I would hand it in my house. I'd put it in the guest bedroom. 

The Piper's Son by Melina Marchetta
I love this cover (specifically this one). I would put a print of this anywhere in my house. But I do think it would look great in a breakfast nook or a bright kitchen (why? I don't know). 

Pantomime by Laura Lam
I have a thing for masks. This is a bit creepy, but absolutely beautiful. 

French Kissing by Catherine Sanderson
I love covers like this. They're simple but fun. This is something I would decorate a guest bedroom with, or even my living room. I have a calender that is in a similar style and I love it. 

Rules of Civility by Amor Towles 
This is one of my favourites. I seem to like my covers to be in black and white. They have a certain class to them. I love this cover, and I would hang it anywhere. I also love the twenties theme. 

Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell
While this wasn't my favourite book ever, I absolutely love the cover. I really appreciate the simplicity of it. 

Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire
This is amusing to me, because I hated this book. But the cover is exceptional. There is something great about it. I love the jar and the butterfly, again, it's simple and I really like that. 

The Spectacular Now by Time Tharp
How many times can I say simple... but really. I love this.

A Season of Eden by Jennifer Laurens
Another black and white cover. What can I say?

That's my list for you this week. I hope you enjoyed! 

~Happy Reading Everyone! 

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  1. So many lists have Rainbow Rowell cover. I've got to read those books. Great picks!

  2. I have The Winner's Curse on my list too! I admired that cover for SO long!! I was so excited when I finally got to read it. ;) And I love that cover for Beautiful Disaster. So whimsical yet a bit eerie....
    My TTT!

  3. The Winner's curse is a beautiful book altogether. I am currently reading it and really enjoying it. Great list.
    My TTT

  4. I'd frame The Piper's Son, Pantomime and Beautiful Disaster too!

  5. The piper's son has such a beautiful cover! It's a pity don't own a copy and haven't even read it yet. You think it'd make for a good summer read?:)

    1. Yes, Sarah! It's very good. You must read it. Especially if you've read Marchetta in the past.

  6. Yup, these would all make great pieces of art in a home! I also really love simple and black and white.

  7. You know what I love about that Melina Marchetta cover? It looks like a cover of a vinyl album. :)

  8. Yep! I keep thinking of Eleanor and Park too...simple and pretty. The story is awesome too! Mine is HERE.

  9. Beautiful covers, especially The Winner's Curse.


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