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My Favourite Book Covers Of All Time

We’ll all be lying if we say that we never judge a book by its cover, now won’t we?

So here’s a list of some of the covers I loveeeee irrespective of how the books(ft. two I haven’t read yet) were:

Five Feet Apart

So, this book is about two teenagers with cystic fibrosis(a lung disease), and I lovee this idea of the cover being healthy lungs that bloom. It soooo pretty, isn’t it?😍

Where The Crawdads Sing

In spite of the total disappointment this book was, I must say this cover is oh so gorgeous.

I love how it totally goes with the plot of the book where the boat, this girl and the marsh play a hugeee role.

The Places I’ve Cried In Public

First things first, do you notice how the title of the book is smudged, just like the ink gets when you write something and then tears fall on the paper blotting it? Its like such a genius way of depiction.

Also, those fall leaves have my heart, utterly and completely ❤

The Last Apothecary

This cover screams beauty!

The blue background, those flowers, it just gives you this sense of foreboding and yet looks pretty, almost as if inviting you to your doom but in a nice way, doesn’t it?
Haven’t read this one, have you? How is it?

Shatter Me

I might be slightly obsessed with this cover?

I mean those trees and snow for lashes? Calling that pretty would be an understatement!

And before you all come at me, I’m sorry I haven’t read this but I plan on getting to it real soon!


And that’s all for the day!

Can you remember more books with gorgeous covers? Tell me about it in the comments!

Have a good day!

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  1. the shatter me series has the most gorgeous covers. although imagine me did kind of mess it up 😂 i read this series when I was so much younger and half the books hadn’t even come out. i was honestly OBSESSED 😭 although I do believe I won’t like it that much now 😂 let me know how you like it.

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  2. OMG these are so gorgeous I’m obsessed!!! 5 Feet Apart and The Places I’ve Cried in Public are so beautiful?! I’m tempted to just stare at them forever.

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  3. THE COVER OF FIVE FEET APART!!! IT’S STUNNING!!! And omg the concept behind the artwork is so gorgeous as well!! And ahhh yess the cover for shatter me is really cool as well and loll I haven’t read it either! LOVED this!! ❤

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  4. NO BUT THIS ENTIRE POST IS ABSOLUTELY STUNNING AND THE COVERS ARE ALL GORGEOUS OK??? I LOVEEE 😍😍 also YES The Places I’ve Cried In Public has THE MOST STUNNING COVER OF EVER and the entire concept IS THE COOLEST OK?? am highly excited to read it now 😭 ALSO FIVE FEET APART CAN WE SCREAM??

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  5. You plan to read shatter me? 😂
    You might like it but at the same time, it’s a weird series that i ended up dnfing. You’ll prolly like Warner though.
    *not me secretly hoping you hate it with all your life*
    And the cover for five feet apart is indeed sooooo pretty!!!
    And damn, sad to know crawdads was disappointing, I’ve heard a lot of good things about that book.
    Awesome post, AK17 😁

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    1. Ahhh, maybe i’ll post another rant review after reading it:D
      And you know what, five feet apart started out very well but then after this one big event everything was wayyyy to hurried and it all went downhill.
      I did too! Exactly why I picked it up. The foremost reason being taylor writing a song for the movie. But..yeah it was not that good.
      Thank you so much mistress!!

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      1. Yessss i want a rant review now!!!
        And i haven’t read five feet apart, i watched the movie tho and it was great 😂.
        Depressing shit 🙂😑.
        And oooh sad.
        Pleasure 😂.

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      2. 😁😁😁
        I mean, Cole Sprouse has the ability to make things better so understandable
        I kind of like morbid stuff, recently went on a spree of those kinda books- TFIOS, Five Feet Apart and then All The Bright Places:))
        ❤❤

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  6. SMiLes i Do Visual Poetry
    With Random Book Covers
    i Capture in Barnes and Noble

    And Of Course The Way Our Minds
    Naturally Work Making Stories Out of

    Separate Parts

    Usually the Book
    Covers Combine for
    The Titles to Make a

    Most Unusual And Meaningful
    Story Yes Synchronicity in Meaning All
    A-Causal of Course Yet Psychologically

    Meaningful to me
    Sadly Humans Who
    Are Missing This Ability
    To Make Stories Out of Life’s

    Chaos Often Feel Lost
    In a Random
    Soup they

    Cannot Escape
    SMiLes Nature
    is More Kind When
    We aRe Fully Human
    Both Seeing And Creating Stories Within

    As Then All the Leaves Become Trees of the Forest Whole All Our Souls

    How Beautiful it is to Be A Fully Creative Human Through and Through

    Ah the Feeling

    of Being Art
    Rather
    Than

    Cold Bare
    Science Mind
    Like the Table
    in an Exam Room
    All Metal and Cold Hehe AS Such
    Dear Akshita With SMiLes Indeed

    i Do Love my
    MaGiCAL
    Story
    Book
    Covers
    From Barnes
    And Noble Indeed

    i Take the Snaps After
    i Do My Sunday Afternoon
    Routine of Dancing Entertaining
    the Starbucks Crowd in Less Than An Hour
    Reading A Whole Book Listening to Meditative Music

    Yes As in Ending Always Beginning Peak Autotelic
    Flow of Moving Meditation my Being is Most Open

    to Free
    Verse
    Creativity
    ThiS way
    As All The Environment
    No Matter WHere i am Yes
    Becomes Tools of Creativity Whole So Real..:)

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