Good evening everyone. It’s Wednesday which means it’s time for Wondrous Covers Wednesday. If you don’t know, Wondrous Covers Wednesday (or WCW) is a weekly feature at YA Indulgences where I showcase three amazing covers that I love and share why.
I’ll be honest, I was struggling with trying to come up with a theme for this week and didn’t want to just choose any three gorgeous covers. However, as I browsed book covers, I discovered a common thread. That common thread is that all of the covers have double images.
The cover alone makes me want to read this book even though I’m not sure what it’s even about. I know, don’t judge a book by a cover…
I love how there are two images on it. I really like the blue ting in the photo. The red shown in it really pops. I really like seeing cities in backgrounds too.
2. She Is Not Invisible by Marcus Sedgwick
This cover is completely gorgeous. Like Jackaby, it also has a person’s face on the cover, but it’s transculcent, with a city street in the background. It makes me want to just dive into this book, literally into the cover. I think it’s interesting how the girl on the cover doesn’t have her eyes shown or anything. The color on it is really pretty as well.
It took me forever to find a third cover that would fit this theme as I was so hooked on it. I can thank Eileen @ the BookCatPin though because another series by this author was featured in one of her posts. I’m cutting it close with this one though as the person looks like she could almost be in the scene.
Anyway, I love the dramatic feel this cover has. There’s a character in white, with what I sense is an angel (or demon?) behind her which just gives it sort of a mysterious feel. The title is completely fitting as well since it does look like the city’s almost on fire.
Tell me what some of your favorite covers are and what you think of these ones in the comments. 🙂 And as always, thank you for stopping by. ❤