Top 5 Covers: Green, Blue and Purple Edition
This Top 5 Tuesday meme is hosted by the very lovely and super helpful Shanah at Bionic Bookworm. If you want to join in, please do. You can check out the fun topics selected for June. Today’s topic is Top 5 covers in green, blue and purple.
The book cover love is so real. And Shanah has dedicated the last 2 weeks to pretty covers! I missed last week’s ode to red, orange and yellow but I’m not missing out on this one!
I’ve tried really hard not to include Charlee and the Chocolate Shop by Jessica Redland 😉😄😊 (It’s probably the post I’ve ‘pinged’ back to the most).
Here are my other, just as loved choices:
1 Witching You Were Here by Amanda M. Lee
When I first started reading the series, the covers were a little boring but then there was this switch to the sassy witch silhouettes which I love.
2 Jackaby by William Ritter
I haven’t read this one as yet but I have a physical copy waiting to be devoured. I’ve seen lots of good reviews so I’m hoping I’ll like it. I was really intrigued by the super imposed images on the covers of the books in this series.
3 Father Figure by James J. Cudney
I’ve definitely read this one. A couple times in fact 😉. I remember chatting with Jay about covers and saying I was hoping he’d go with something shadowy and mysterious (not that that was vague in the least!). I think he and his team came up with the best cover for this story. Read the book and you’ll see why I say that.
4 Spells and Caramels by Erin Johnson
My love for this series is so real. The cover is what first caught my attention and I was utterly delighted to realise that the story matched the whimsy, magic and charm of the front. You can definitely judge this book by its cover! An added bonus: all the covers in this series are just as gorgeous.
5 Call of an Angel Patricia O’Toole
When I started blogging, this was the first book I received a request to review. It will always be special to me because of that. The other reason it’s special to me is because of this stunning cover. The cover art is courtesy of an artist friend of the author.
Those are my choices for today. Of course I could keep going but I’ll stop here for now.