Everyone knows that you aren’t supposed to judge a book by it’s cover, but what happens when you do? Today I’m delving into the world of beautiful cover art to try and find the best book covers out there, both from books that I have and haven’t read.
- Autoboyography, Christina Lauren. I have been desperate to read this book ever since I caught a glimpse of the gorgeous cover. Hopefully the story ends up being as good as the cover.
- The Librarian of Auschwitz, Antonio Iturbe. I’ve seen this one around my local library and am waiting for the perfect moment to pick it up, especially as I can feel that it’s going to be a sad read.
- Who’s That Girl, Blair Thornburgh. The cover of this book is just so pretty. Admitedly, I don’t know much about the story but as soon as I saw the art, I knew I had to add it to my TBR.
- As I Descended, Robin Talley. The picture I have of the cover is a little weird as it’s actually the audiobook artwork. I’m not sure how the physical copy stacks up, but if it’s anything like this one, I’m sure it’s amazing.
- Everywhere You Want to Be, Christina June. Everything about this cover screams READ ME. I saw this Little Red Riding Hood retelling on Netgalley and requested it immediately.
- Undercover Princess, Connie Glynn. This cover is giving me serious Disney Princess vibes (I keep thinking of The Princess and the Frog for some reason???) and I’m totally okay with that. I honestly just want to buy this book so that I can look at the cover all day (& read it, of course 😉).
- Georgia Peaches and Other Forbidden Fruit, Jaye Robin Brown. I have to admit, this cover almost didn’t make the cut, but there’s something enticing about the (seemingly) random cover (& title) and so, the book was added to the list.
- A Taxonomy of Love, Rachael Allen. A funky cover that makes me intrigued to read the story.
- Geekerella, Ashley Poston. I read this book earlier this year & found it super duper adorable. Thanks to Netgalley, I found out this morning that they’re bringing out a new cover for Geekerella and now I’m torn between which one is better, the old or the new…
- Dreamology, Lucy Keating. A lovely cover for a lovely book. I can’t wait to read Lucy Keating’s other novel, Literally as soon as I can get my hands on it :).
Which book covers do you love? Let’s chat in the comments section 😊.