This week's question is a kind of hard one for me:
What is the worst cover of a book you've read and loved?
Wow, I can't think of a "worst" cover. I agree with another blog that I was reading this post on, the Sookie Stackhouse novel original covers are kind of childish. The way Eric and Bill look, yuck. Not attractive at all. But I'm going to pick a book that I loved, but that I felt the cover wasn't "horrible" it just was a bit too immature for the age level of the book these days. I choose Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan. I LOVED this book! So good!! But the cover makes it seem more like a book for middle grades, as opposed to teen. I'm comparing based on where we shelve things in the Barnes and Noble where I work. The cover just doesn't fit in with what else is there, and actually reminds me of certain middle age covers. I wish I could remember the name of that book so I could post it here for you to compare. And I feel bad saying it, especially when the author talked about how she was so proud of choosing it or having it chosen. But I just am not a fan.
So, what was your worst cover?
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