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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Great Titles, Part II

Do you find these titles/covers intriguing enough to check them out?

 


Foundation's Edge-Isaac Asimov









Possession-Elana Johnson











Night Circus-Erin Morgenstern













A Night and Blacker Darkness









Matched-Ally Condie








Clockwork Angel-Cassandra Clare










The Replacement-Brenna Yovanoff

And more of my favorites:




Ghost Story-Jim Butcher











Two covers for First Lord's Fury-Jim Butcher









Storm Born-Richelle Mead(hot girl with a tattoo)






Hounded-Kevin Hearne







My 1972 copy of The Fellowship of the Rings-JRR Tolkien

6 comments:

Michael Offutt, Supra-Genius said...

Oh boy...your Fellowship of the Ring has seen better days. Poor book.

Huntress said...

Actually, the book looks a lot worse. Tape holds it together, the back is stained, and a good sneeze while reading it would blow it apart.

But 'poor book'? Um no.

"Much Loved" book :)

mshatch said...

My copy of Foundation's Edge is sans cover :( But I still love it and the rest of the series! And yes! Your copy of The Fellowship is definitely much loved. Mine look quite similar :)

tfwalsh said...

Geez, all those covers were pretty awesome... makes me want to read them all:)

defcon said...

I like the first First Lord's Fury cover, the symbol is neat and looks like some interesting stuff goes on within the book. The title works, too. The second cover reminds me too much of the movie Gladiator. :P

Can't say I'm a fan of blank white backgrounds on covers, tho.

Aguilar Elliot said...

the first one, Foundation's Edge-Isaac Asimov, looks epic!