Monday, 10 February 2020

Cover Characteristics - Aeroplanes

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.

All this month's book covers feature:

Aeroplanes

Click each cover image to see its book review post on Literary Flits





10 comments:

  1. Ooh I like Halo round the Moon quite a bit.

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    1. It's good steampunk. One day I will finish reading the series!

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  2. I have only heard of Verity. Those are some really great looking covers.

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    1. Code Name Verity is brilliant! I loved listening to that audiobook. I've just been approved for an ARC of Elizabeth Wein's new novel, The Enigma Game, so I'm very excited to start reading it

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  3. I haven't actually heard of any of these books. I do have a few books with aircraft on them in the apocalypse and thriller categories.

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    1. I imagine many of those covers show crashed aircraft?

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  4. I like the covers but I haven't read any of them.

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    1. Code Name Verity and The Woman At 1000 Degrees I think were my favourites

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  5. It's interesting how each of these books have the same feature - a plane - but look sooo different. I still need to read Code Verity.

    Karen @ For What It's worth

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    1. I think this collection has the widest range of books of all the Cover Characteristics I've done.
      Code Name Verity is excellent!

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