Faves of TwentyEleven: The Covers

And we’re at the last installment of the Faves of TwentyEleven series, hosted by Nomes of inkcrush! In case you missed the others, here are the other posts in my Faves of TwentyEleven series:

I had so much fun coming up with this list, and this last one is the first time I’m doing this. I’m not much of a cover person, as I have stressed in several posts before this, but I’m also one who can still appreciate nice covers. I think my opinion of covers is just a little better than my opinion about other things…like say, basement tiles. So now, here are some of my favorite covers for the books I read in 2011.

Day Five: The Covers

The Last Dragonslayer by Jasper FfordeDeadline by Mira GrantUnearthly Aussie cover

I love the Aussie cover of Unearthly. But the US cover is just as pretty in person, too. :)

The Lover's Dictionary by David LevithanThe Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. LockhartGraffiti Moon by Cath Crowley

Forbidden by Ted Dekker and Tosca LeeThe Monstrumologist by Rick YanceyAlternative Alamat

Being Jamie Baker by Kelly OramWintertown by Steve EmondDivergent by Veronica Roth

I know it’s only supposed to be ten covers, but how can I choose? Really? :P

I wish I had all the print versions of the books I listed there, because pretty covers make pretty display on the bookshelf. :)

One Thought on “Faves of TwentyEleven: The Covers

  1. I agree with you about the Unearthly cover. They are all pretty, but the Aussie one is really special.

    And of course, a merry Christmas to you, too. :) I hope you had a great one.

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