Saturday, 7 April 2012

Australian Vs. U.S.A. Book Covers

Revived

Australian.
American.

I definitely prefer the American cover!


11 comments:

  1. I think I prefer the Australian cover on this one!

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  2. Looking at them I wouldn't even guess they were about the same thing. I think that the US one did a better job at capturing what the story seems like it would be about. I put the US one on my tbr strictly because of the cover! lol.

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  3. Looking at them I wouldn't even guess they were about the same thing. I think that the US one did a better job at capturing what the story seems like it would be about. I put the US one on my tbr strictly because of the cover! lol.

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  4. I love the Amerrican cover!

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  5. I think Im going with Australian, I love the vertical picture

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  6. I like Australian cover..not sure why

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  7. I really like the US one, I'm not a fan of the Australian one so much, especially in the flesh, but I do think it captures the story a lot better, especially a scene towards the end. I think it suits to book more then the US one.

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  8. You know, I really can't decide... I really love both. At first I loved the US, and was dissapointed by the AU, but it is SO pretty, and I LOVE how the lettering fits in the with the coover of Forgotten? They're both lovely, but I think the US has more... impact?

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  9. They're both pretty aweseome, but I think I like the whimsical feel of the Aussie cover

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  10. Wow! I would have thought they would be COMPLETELY different novels just judging the covers! On a bookshelf I'd probably pick up the US one (but the font on the Australian one is so much better).

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  11. It's fascinating to me that these look like two completely different books. I love the Australian cover, the font and the vertical photograph are beautiful.

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