Okay, so funny story. I was going to do a certain theme for this week and then figured out I’d already done that theme with the same books a couple months ago. Therefore, I will be doing a different theme, that I still really like a lot. As you might know, I have a thing for stars on book covers. Or things resembling stars. Ergo, that is this week’s theme.
Wondrous Covers Wednesday is a weekly feature where I share my cover love by showing off three covers with common themes or attributes. You can see past posts here.
The Age of Miracles by Karen Thompson Walker
I feel this cover is a bit simple, which is nice, but maybe a little too simple? AKA, needs more stars. I don’t care for the author text color, but it does pop out, so that’s nice. I really love what the title is implying with it being called “The Age of Miracles”. When I think of miracles, I think of the universe because it’s so amazing. And when I see it, it’s like anything is possible (stop laughing) in that whole wishing on shooting stars and 11:11 kind of way. 🙂
The Anatomy of Dreams by Chloe Benjamin
The Anatomy of Dreams is an adult fiction title. I’m actually not sure what those things are on the cover, but we’re just going to roll with it. I love the color that is used, the teal is so pretty. I like how the title and author’s name are off-center.
An Infinite Number of Parallel Universes by Randy Ribay
It’s so simple and pretty. Unlike The Age of Miracles, I really think the font and colors work better. Once again, I love the blue color, it’s gorgeous.
As always tell me what you think of these covers. My favorite one is probably An Infinite Number of Parallel Universes.