day two of the Persnickety Snark FIVE challenge, in which I blog about which five books of 2010 have (in my opinion) the most gorgeous book covers.
This was a hugely hard sort of post to write, because anyone who stalks my blog frequently knows how much I love book covers, however many times I buy books with nice covers and then they end up being totally awful.
Anyway. So here are my five favourites, in no particular order.
The UK cover is nice, but the US edition is even better. (That is, the one I've pictured here). I'm currently reading it-almost finished- and it seems so relevant to the book.
Anyway. Much love for this cover.
So I haven't actually read this yet, but look at that cover. That alone makes it worthy of my to-read shelf on goodreads. However, I hear it's also about music, and that's a bonus.
Haven't read this either. Still, I love simplistic book covers, and so the cover of Losing Faith is right up my street. And it's pretty.
*drumroll* the grand conclusion to Ellen's gritty trilogy about Kristina Georgia Snow and her addiction to methamphetamine. I love this cover because it's so relevant to the book; what you see is what you get. A raw, disturbed and disturbing rollercoaster that follows the lives of three teenage siblings.
Tree. Flowers. Beautiful font. Enough said.
Well, that's all. It was irritatingly hard to pick my five favourites, so I'd better post this entry before I change my mind about some of them.