Hello readers. Jasprit and I are back for another edition of Cover Fever. Below is a book that I haven't read yet, Born Wicked by Jessica Spotswood, but I've always drooled over the US Cover. The book was brought back to my attention with Siiri over at Little Pieces of Imagination reviewed it. Take a look and tell me you don't think it's lovely!
US Cover Re-issued Paperback Cover
French Cover Spanish Cover
Rachel: I still salivate over that gorgeous US cover! From the vivid colors of the flowers against the muted lush green forest, to the girl in the simple cotton dress. It's just beautiful! Even the font and scrolling in the title and then the top part: The Cahill Witch Chronicles with lovely side bits of design. If I picked a cover for a book I wrote, this would be it. Perfection! The other covers don't come close, IMO, but if I had to choose a second it would be the French cover. I appreciate the pretty girls in capes with scrolling overlaid at the bottom.
Rachel's Final Verdict:
The original US cover. Hands down.
Jasprit: I think that the US cover is absolutely gorgeous, without even knowing what this book is about, I know I would immediately be drawn to this book in a bookstore. The colours of the cover and cursive font I find highly appealing. I'm not really a fan of the re-issued paperback, to me it doesn't really stand out amongst all the paranormally witch themed books out there. I actually don't mind the French cover either, I used to love the show Charmed, so I like the vibe I'm getting off this book. And whereas the Spanish cover is pretty neat, I think it would probably appeal more to my younger sister.
Jasprit's Final Verdict: The pretty US cover for sure.
Which book cover would you like to have on your shelves?