Monday, 10 June 2019

Cover Characteristics - Barbed Wire

I've long been a fan of the beautiful Cover Characteristics posts that Kristen curates over at Metaphors And Moonlight so I thought I might try putting together a similar post myself. The idea is to choose book covers which are linked in some way (featuring an object in common, perhaps, or a similar title font) and to then display them artfully. Sounds easy, turns out not to be! But it is fun to look back through my old reviews.

This month's collection is:

Barbed Wire

Click each cover image to see its review on Literary Flits






8 comments:

  1. I used to read a lot of historical non fiction so I probably read a few in the past that fit this theme. The Stars in the Night is a beautiful but sad cover.

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    1. The wire is sadly one of those ubiquitous things that fit a wide range of stories and books. Dramatic covers though :-/

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  2. Looks like some great covers.

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  3. Interesting covers. I haven't read any of those books.

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    1. They're all worth a try! I think The Shell House was the only one I didn't really get on with

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  4. I hope to read Animal Farm one day. Barbed Wire is a great features for covers (and stories) especially horror, thrillers and historical fiction. :) My fav cover here would have to be Red Birds. :)

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    1. Red Birds is a fab novel as well as an eyecatching cover

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