posted at Thursday, December 12th, 2013 at 8:00 AM | Cover Snark
Welcome to Cover Snark, where the people are snarky and the covers quiver in fear. Since I don’t write many snarky book reviews here on A Reader of Fictions, Cover Snark is my outlet. If you click on the title of the book, where possible, I’ve linked to Goodreads. Clicking on the cover itself will show you the cover in a larger size, in most cases. Feel free to love covers I hate and vice versa. Let me know your thoughts in the comments!
Since I missed last week (thanks a lot, illness), this covers the last two weeks. May you all have a healthy and snarky holiday season!
Shiny and New:
1. The Seers (Holders #2) – Julianna Scott
Thoughts: Isn’t the reason a question would ever be dangerous is because of the answers that might result? This would be better without the eyes. I am so sick of free-floating eyes and faces on book covers.
2. Morningside Fall (Legends of the Duskwalker #2) – Jay Posey
Thoughts: Why does covering a creepy person’s eyes make them inordinately creepier? WHY? *scrolls down*
3. Peacemaker – Marianne de Pierres
Thoughts: A city guarded by a gigantic woman and eagle, horses that run on water, and chocolate bars which fly through the sky. Well, that’s interesting.