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

  • Book One: Ransom Riggs - Hollow City ( Miss Peregrine's Children)
    21%
    51 votes

     
  • Book Two: Jonathan Stroud - Lockwood & Co: The Screaming Staircase
    9%
    21 votes

     
  • Book Three: Thomas Taylor - Dan and the Caverns of Bone
    32%
    76 votes

     
  • Book Four: Teresa Flavin - The Shadow Lantern (Blackhope Enigma)
    15%
    37 votes

     
  • Book Five: Philip Caveney - Watchers
    23%
    56 votes

     

Poll posted 6 years ago.

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11 Comments

  • Carmen Wing - 6 years ago

    Hollow City without a doubt. Creepy but intriguing at the same time. Hope this one is full of similar pictures like the first one was :D

  • Stacey Long - 6 years ago

    Hollow City, what a great cover, hope this wins!

  • katie - 6 years ago

    Hollow City is SO spooky as well as interesting! Definitely voting for that! =)

  • ReadItDaddy - 6 years ago

    Definitely casting a vote for Hollow City! Love that cover, and love the illustrations inside the original Miss Peregrine's. So hard to choose though, they're all brilliant but Hollow edges it for me!

  • Petronilla - 6 years ago

    The girl in this cover is absolutely surprisings! It takes you into a vortex of anxious and suspicions that will do a lot for the book and put the reader in condition to buy it in order to satisfy his curiosity.
    Very brilliant the idea of the hole in the chest!

  • Carol Horner - 6 years ago

    Cover is vibrant and made nephew want to read it. Thumbs up all the way.
    Also to be the illustrator AND author - wow. He really is good and talented.
    Dan and the Caverns of Bone have my vote. Hope more to come!!!

  • Janice Atkinson - 6 years ago

    The Shadow Lantern for me, fantastic artwork.

  • Penny Graham-Jones - 6 years ago

    Not only does Dan and the Caverns of Bone have a great cover it's also the work of the author which makes him doubly talented!

  • Desna Wallace - 6 years ago

    Seriously - how are we expected to choose just one when they all have such good covers!

  • Linda - 6 years ago

    I know most people go for colour, but I always like seeing the use of black and white to illustrate.

  • Lucy Coats - 6 years ago

    All brilliant, and so hard to choose, but Watchers just edged it for me - something about the disconnect between that hooded face and those wings is very intriguing indeed.

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