Saturday, March 31, 2012

Cover Crazy: Simon & Schuster Edition

The purpose of Cover Crazy is to feature a cover each week for us to admire its beauty. I really like this idea since there are so many great covers out there! Cover Crazy is a meme that was started by The Book Worms.

Alright again, I am going to show you two covers this week.  Both of these covers are upcoming books that come out very soon.  I actually already have both books and will be reviewing them soon as well.  Also for some reason, I didn't even realize this till I just looked closely at both of the covers, I picked books that don't show the faces of the characters, all it shows are their legs and feet mainly.  But any way here we go, let me know what you think of both these covers! 

Now or the reasons why I love these covers so much.  

Reunited:   I love this cover and can't wait to read the book.  The reasons I love this cover so much varies from the colors, the map, and even the shoes of the girls.  I love the words at the top and the title font is so fitting as well.  

I also love how bright and cheerful it is and how different you can tell the girls are in this story just by looking at their shoes.  All in all I would defiantly give this cover a 10.  

The Story of Us:  I really love this cover as well, a girl walking on the beach and in just the picture and in the colors you can tell how sad she really is.  Its almost as if she is scared to take the next step.  I love that it doesn't show her face.  The font of the title is perfect and I also love that they didn't capitalize the words.  I also love the top question as well.  Great color usage and fonts mixed with the picture makes this cover perfect.  

What do you think about these two covers? Do you like them or not? Do you agree with me about the colors and the reasons I like the covers?  Did I miss anything? 

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