I have previously received PR products from Penguin Random House and HarperCollins. Images used in this post contain Swing Time, To the Lighthouse, Ulysses, Satin Island, and Dracula, which were published by PRH, and Wuthering Heights, which was published by HarperCollins.
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No Ideas But in Things – A book cover that perfectly expresses the novel inside it.
Starting with a tricky one! Most of my book covers are just about the lettering. Even though it’s abstract, I feel like my copy of (I have previously received PR products from Penguin) To the Lighthouse kinda fits this bill
Dark and Lovely – A book cover that is so creepalicious you just want to eat it up.
Another tricky one because I’m not that into creepy books! My copy of (I have previously received PR products from HarperCollins) Wuthering Heights is quite ominous though.
Sugary Sweet – A cute cover that is so fluffy you want to give it a hug.
Why are these all so hard??? Ugh!! I don’t read anything fluffy so I’m not sure I’ll find a fluffy cover on my shelves! The cover for Outline is kinda cute? I wouldn’t call it fluffy though.
The Simple Aesthetic- A book cover that stuns with the most minimalistic of design.
Now this one is tricky because I have so many of them! Satin Island by Tom McCarthy stands out.
Cover Envy – A book cover you wish you had on your shelves, but don’t yet.
A Beautifully Foolish Endeavour by Hank Green!
Travelling Abroad – A beautiful book cover featuring a country outside of your own.
I have like… no book covers that are photographs. So this is hard! This might be cheating, but I’m going with (I have previously received PR products from Penguin) Dracula. The painting on the cover is Love and Pain by Edvard Munch, who I believe lived in his home country Norway at the time of painting it. So… I assume it’s depicting a scene in Norway.
The Colour Wheel – A cover that showcases one of your favourite colours.
One of my favourite colours is yellow, so (I have previously received PR products from Penguin) Swing Time by Zadie Smith fits that bill.
Switching Gears – A cover change you absolutely adore.
(I have previously received PR products from Penguin) Ulysses by James Joyce, specifically the 1946 Random House edition. There have been a lot of covers over the years, but I love how this book looks (the dust jacket is really ugly though, we pretend that doesn’t exist).
Oldie but Goodie – A favorite cover of your favorite classic.
Same answer again! Ulysses!
And the Winner is… Which book cover mentioned above is your favourite?
I’m going to go with (I have previously received PR products from Penguin) To The Lighthouse, because I love the art style.