Favourite Book Cover Illustration? (HEAT ONE) (Poll Closed)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
205 Total Votes
13 Comments

  • Ken William - 1 year ago

    Voted for bookcover five and tweeted on Twitter.

  • Rebecca McIntosh - 1 year ago

    Book Five: Abi Elphinstone - Casper Tock and the Everdark Wings - US Book Cover Illustrated by Petur Atli Antonsson gets my vote! :)

  • Emma Read - 1 year ago

    This was such a hard choice for the first round! I love all of them, but I think the design and beauty of Asha and the Spirit Bird just about won me over.

  • Michelle Jackson - 1 year ago

    Hurrah for the book cover wars!. The cover has always been a huge influence in choosing my next read so I love celebrating these amazing illustrators.
    It had to be the brain robbery for me this week. I also adore the hardcover hiding underneath the dust jacket :)

  • H - 1 year ago

    Some great covers but chose Book Five: Abi Elphinstone - Casper Tock and the Everdark Wings - US Book Cover Illustrated by Petur Atli Antonsson as it just drew me in the most.

  • Dionne Lakey - 1 year ago

    Hard to choose one because I love Asha and the Spirit Bird's cover but Great Brain Robbery is my winner. With zany Suzy and her big curly hair on the dust jacket and the cover art underneath depicting the fantastical world underneath. Plus, those dragons are beautiful! Flavia's is my favourite.

  • Rebecca Gregory - 1 year ago

    The Great Brain Robbery without a doubt! Not only is the dust jacket beautiful & eye catching, the hardcover hidden underneath is a work of art!

  • Jayne Gould - 1 year ago

    Truly imaginative and enticing cover for Frostheart - can't wait to read it.

  • Tracey Beck - 1 year ago

    Voted! Good to see Book Cover wars back

  • Liam - 1 year ago

    Some gorgeous covers here, but Frostheart is one of the most gorgeous books I've seen.

  • Mandy Abel - 1 year ago

    It was hard to choose, but my favourite cover is by Helen Crawford-White for Asha and the Spirit Bird. This is a beautiful, colourful illustration which gives you some clues about the story, and makes you want to read the book to find out more...

  • Mel Darbon - 1 year ago

    I think the cover design of Asha and the Spirit Bird is visually stunning, enticing you to pick it up immediately and provides a strong insight into what the story is about.Everything an excellent book cover should be. I love it!
    Mel Darbon

  • Christine Gerrard - 1 year ago

    The illustration of this book cover is very bright and colourful that you are immediately drawn to it and are curious as to what the book is about. It’s lovely.

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