Heat One 2013/14 - Favourite Book Cover? (Poll Closed)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
384 Total Votes
13 Comments

  • Bridget Holmes - 7 years ago

    The Bell Between Worlds - Catches the eye and the imagination in one! Inviting - can't wait to read it!

  • Desna Wallace - 7 years ago

    Instant appeal. Catches the eye immediately.

  • Pilar Paradelo - 7 years ago

    The cover of The Feast of Ravens really makes me want to read the book.

  • Sheila Pritchard - 7 years ago

    The cover is colourfull in an atmospheric and eye-catching way, and invites you to read the book, which is wonderful.

  • Carmen Wing - 7 years ago

    Love the effect of the Tremor cover - the bottom of the image actually makes my eyes go funny - good illusion, like it actually is shaking.

  • Caroline White - 7 years ago

    The cover invites me to take the journey and read the book.

  • Adrian Rosser - 7 years ago

    The photo of the Bell Between worlds doesn't do justice to the rich embossing of the gold. Even so it is visually very intriguing.

  • Mary Cavanagh - 7 years ago

    The bell Between Worlds. The best book to be seen on a bookshelf from afar.

  • Linora Lawrence - 7 years ago

    I liked the balance between the title and the image behind it. The sea was beautiful and the bell intriguing. I would open this book and dip in to it. I don't like violent covers - off-putting.

  • Helen Watts - 7 years ago

    I loved the way Dawn Finch's cover draws your eye in - and also the dramatic use of colour. A tough choice though!

  • Bethan Scott - 7 years ago

    Time smith

  • LINDSEY CLARK - 7 years ago

    I like a London theme on most things. I particularly like the imagery of the Ravens wit the Tower of London.

  • Darren Goldsmith - 7 years ago

    This is an excellent cover. Sharp and colourful. Dramatic. London, The Blitz, strange energies! And come on... a girl with a sword!

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