Despite joy the energy of a happy new year, this group of covers inspired a whole lot of “Meh” in one of our commentators.
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This fairy tale retelling has big ambitions but mixed results. The note by note recasting of Cinderella with magical steampunk elements is enjoyable, but the romantic reach of MECHANICA exceeds its grasp.
James and Julia often notice the same elements in a cover, but with vastly different results. Who do you agree with?
Eye popping color and elegant execution, enjoy this week’s covers.
A wealth of great covers this week, enjoy!
15 New Titles!
Sometimes a cover is only as good as its title font, lighting and shadows can make or break the impact of the art it represents. If you’re a blogger interested in joining in on the commenting fun, fill out our Guest Commentator form here! The Shadow Hour (The Girl at Midnight #2) by Melissa Grey No Author Comment Available. The Voodoo Killings by Kristi Charish No Author Comment Available. Siren’s Song (The Storm Siren Trilogy #3) by Mary Weber No Author Comment Available. Bloodcraft (Bloodspell #2) by Amalie Howard No Author Comment Available. Mystique by Shari Arnold No Author Comment… Read more »
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?