Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Cover Characteristic: Moon

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I found a lot of covers with moons, but not as many with the moon big in the background as I thought.  Again some of them are in a series where the moon is on all of them, so those I'll group together.  And once again I'll be sharing 10 covers.

10.  I think this is the moon, otherwise I'd have it higher, but I'm not quite sure.

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7.  I don't remember the actual cover being this blurry, but this was the image on Goodreads.

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2.  Actually I found that this author, Robert McCammon had a lot of books with moons on the cover, but my first thought with this characteristic was his The Night Boat.
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1.  And my favorite is a series with the moon big on every book, because it is really major part of the story.
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So, those are my picks. What do you think of them?  What other books with moons can you think of?

12 comments:

  1. Wow! The Shade of the Moon is gorgeous. I think the coloring on it really makes it step out. Great choices for this week!

    Thanks for stopping by earlier!

    Kristine @ The Writer's Inkwell

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    1. I love that whole series for how they show the moon on the covers. Thanks for returning the stop!

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  2. I like Earth and Sky a lot. Uninvited isn't bad, I like a crescent moon when you can see the whole thing at the same time if that makes sense. Arianna's Destiny is nice, but I think Winter Moon is my fave. i like looking up through tangled branches on a cool night and that's what it reminds me of, so yeah.

    Life As We Knew It I obviously like :) but I didn't know there were four of them.

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    1. I know what you mean about the crescent moon, I always like that as well. I do always love when there is a view through the branches of a tree. Thanks for returning the visit!

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  3. Ooh, I agree, I like those last four! I especially love the colors in The Shade of the Moon! I've also been told Life as We Knew It is a good book.

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    1. Life As We Knew It is a really good book, as well as its sequel, The Dead and the Gone. The third book wasn't bad, but I wasn't a fan of the last one. Thanks for stopping by!

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  4. Life As We Knew It is one of my favorite series.

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  5. Oh, I remember the Tim Lahaye / Jerry Jenkins Left Behind series. It was awesome! And very popular at the time. :)

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    1. I read the whole thing and loved it! It is still one that sticks in my head.

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  6. Oooh I must say Buffy wins my heart!
    Thanks for joining in last week :)

    Sugar & Snark

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    1. Well, of course Buffy wins! She is the best! Thanks for hosting again!

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