James and Julia often notice the same elements in a cover, but with vastly different results. Who do you agree with?
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Eye popping color and elegant execution, enjoy this week’s covers.
A wealth of great covers this week, enjoy!
15 New Titles!
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The world of Rhiannon Held’s Silver series is seen through its characters, the shift of point of view is what paints mythology and plot.
Many of the covers this week give us some series continuity, showing consecutive covers in both Tales from the Shadowhunters Academy and The Tales Trilogy. Do you like a cover more or less without the context of other covers in the series?
Nothing made me happier than having Dragos and Pia come back to the Elder Races series as main characters, but these fantastic little short stories are a close second.
A new Cassandra Clare and Stephenie Meyer all in one week, cover madness!
From Paranormal Romance to Juvenile Fantasy, this week’s crop of covers offers a variety of art for all ages.