Who Covered It Best? Wordy Covers

In the last WCiB, the category was An Absence of Color, and Speechless was your top choice for best non-use of color.

Speechless by Hannah Harrington

Today we’re looking at wordy covers, those covers whose word take up most, if not all, of the space. So take a peek and tell me which one grabs your eye. Remember, just this once I’m encouraging you to judge a book by its cover, and not what’s on the inside! Feel free to leave a comment and tell me why you chose it, or to suggest a future WCiB.

the fault in our stars side effects may vary the 100 flat-out love

rush all these things i've done ready player one the ask and the answer

don't stop now forgotten every you, every me spoiled

the way we fall 4 to 16 characters shadow and bone isla and the happily ever after

I love to hear your thoughts and read every single one of them.

  1. I like Every You, Every Me I like how the text is inverted. It makes it more interesting.

  2. This was a tough one! I like wordy covers when the word doesn’t run over multiple lines (like “for-got-ten” up there), especially when there’s a non-distracting contrast (like “Flat Out Love” colored text against a white background with the depth of a drop shadow). But I think Isla gets my vote simply for having legible text against a pretty photo background (contrast + color + text not running over = happy Beth).

  3. Terri Bynum says:

    Shadow and Bone needs to rock every category, this cute & silly one included!