Book Traveling Thursdays

Hey Bookends,

It is time for another Book Traveling Thursday. This is a meme in which you pick a book based off of a theme. After that you pick that you look through all of the different editions and show the original cover, the cover from your home country, your favorite cover, and your least favorite cover. You can go to the goodreads group to find out the weekly themes.

This weeks theme is: a book you loved from a genera you don’t read often. 

For this prompt I picked The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams because I don’t usually read straight humor. Sure, I read some funny books, but never straight humor. Anyway I decided to just show you guys my favorite and lease favorite covers. Here we go.


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This is my least favorite cover. In fact, I absolutely hate this cover. The collage of colors and pictures hurts my eyes and the text gets lost into the background.

 


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This is my all time favorite cover. Maybe I’m bias because this is the edition I read but I love this. I like that there are only two colors and one graphic on the whole book. Sometimes I think simpler is better when it comes to book covers. This is one of those times.

 


So that is all I have for this post. I would love to know your thoughts on either of these covers for this book and what book you would choose for this topic.

Book Traveling Thursdays

Hey Bookends,

It is time for another Book Traveling Thursday. This is a meme in which you pick a book based off of a theme. After that you pick that you look through all of the different editions and show the original cover, the cover from your home country, your favorite cover, and your least favorite cover. You can go to the goodreads group to find out the weekly themes.

This weeks theme is: A book with the original cover as blue 

For this I picked Rumble by Ellen Hopkins. I really enjoyed this novel and it’s characters. This was the first Ellen Hopkins novel that I have read but now that I have read some more, I can truly say I love her writing style. Ellen talks about serious topic but writes in verse so it isn’t as dense. I know that her books seem large but you can get through one in a couple hours. I would strongly recommend her books. Anyway onto the covers; so there are only two covers posted on goodreads for this novel so I will just show you my favorite and lest favorite.


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This is my favorite cover. I love all the colors, like a stain glass window, and find it appealing to the eye.

 

 

 

 


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This was my least favorite cover. Don’t get me wrong, I think it looks nice; however, the bright colored cover grabs my attention more than this.

 

 

 

 

 

 


So that is all I have for this post. I would love to know your thoughts on either of these covers for this book and what book you would choose for this topic.

Book Traveling Thursday

Hey Bookends,

It is time for another Book Traveling Thursday. This is a meme in which you pick a book based off of a theme. After that you pick that you look through all of the different editions and show the original cover, the cover from your home country, your favorite cover, and your least favorite cover. You can go to the goodreads group to find out the weekly themes.

This weeks theme is: A book with a strong female main character. 

For this I picked Anne of Green Gables (goodreads) by L.M. Montgomery. This book is about an orphaned girl who was adopted and moved across the country to join her new family. The book follows her shenanigans as she grows up and experiences things she had never before.


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This is the oldest cover I could find, however it is not the original.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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This is my favorite cover that I found. I like that it only has the one color but many important things from the book surrounding the title.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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This is my least favorite cover. I don’t like the way that Anne is portrayed, which is kind of weird because I usually like Puffin Classics.

 

 

 

 

 


So that is all I have for this post. I would love to know your thoughts on either of these covers for this book and what book you would choose for this topic. You can follow me on goodreads to see what I am reading. Thanks for reading.

Book Traveling Thursday

Hey Bookends,

It is time for another Book Traveling Thursday. This is a meme in which you pick a book based off of a theme. After that you pick that you look through all of the different editions and show the original cover, the cover from your home country, your favorite cover, and your least favorite cover. You can go to the goodreads group to find out the weekly themes.

This weeks theme is: A Book that was a Surprise for you.

For this topic I picked The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini. I picked this book up for my summer reading so I was already dreading it because of that. However when I started reading I was infatuated with the story and character development. I would seriously recommend this to anyone in high school and above, it does contain some mature content.

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This is the original hardback cover and from what I can tell it is also the edition for my home country, the USA.

437129This is my favorite cover. This is a really significant scene in the book and I love the way it was represented.

65438This is my least favorite cover. I don’t like the colors and I think it is just plain ugly.

So that is all I have for this post. I would love to know your thoughts on either of these covers for this book and what book you would choose for this topic. You can follow me on goodreads to see what I am reading. Thanks for reading.

Book Traveling Thursdays

Hey Bookends,

It is time for another Book Traveling Thursday. This is a meme in which you pick a book based off of a theme. After that you pick that you look through all of the different editions and show the original cover, the cover from your home country, your favorite cover, and your least favorite cover. You can go to the goodreads group to find out the weekly themes.

This weeks theme is:Fictional Worlds

For this prompt I picked the most recent book I have finished that was set in a fictional world: Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard (I did put up a review for this book if you want to check it out).

22328546This is the original hardback cover and from what I can tell it is also the edition for my home country, the USA.

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Surprisingly, this was my favorite cover, even though I really really really like the original cover. I think I like the way the crown kind of looks like a mask and if you have read the novel you know she is masking herself as a silver.

23623862And this is my least favorite cover. I know I have mentioned this before but I really hate models on book covers. I don’t know why but I do. From this picture the cover looks like it had that weird matte finish which is also something I don’t like on book covers, it reminds me of books from my school’s library.


So that is all I have for this post. I would love to know your thoughts on either of these covers for this book and what book you would choose for this topic. You can follow me on goodreads to see what I am reading. Thanks for reading.

 

Book Traveling Thursdays

Hey Bookends,

It is time for another Book Traveling Thursday. This is a meme in which you pick a book based off of a theme. After that you pick that you look through all of the different editions and show the original cover, the cover from your home country, your favorite cover, and your least favorite cover. You can go to the goodreads group to find out the weekly themes.

This weeks theme is: New Beginnings

For this theme we have to choose a book we would like to read for the first time again. For this topic I picked This Is Where I Leave You by Jonathan Tropper. This is one of the fist adult books I ever picked up and absolutely loved. Check out it’s goodreads page if you’re interested.

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This is the original hardback cover and from what I can tell it is also the edition for my home country, the USA. It is also my favorite cover. I really love the simplicity of it and because the background is white the different colored letters really pop.

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I would say that this is my least favorite cover. I don’t like any of the colors and it I just don’t think it fits the book.

So that is all I have for this post. I would love to know your thoughts on either of these covers for this book and what book you would choose for this topic. You can follow me on goodreads to see what I am reading. Thanks for reading.

Book Traveling Thursdays

Hey Bookends,

It is time for another Book Traveling Thursday. This is a meme in which you pick a book based off of a theme. After that you pick that you look through all of the different editions and show the original cover, the cover from your home country, your favorite cover, and your least favorite cover. You can go to the goodreads group to find out the weekly themes.

This weeks theme is: Favorite Non-Fiction Book

For this prompt I picked The Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxy. I thought that this was a super cute book for any fan girl. It gave some great tips on anything a fan girl could possibly like. Check out my review for this book here.

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This is the original hardback cover and from what I can tell it is also the edition for my home country, the USA. It is also my favorite cover. I think that all fan girls secretly picture themselves like this (at least I do) and just really enjoy the simplicity of the cover.

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Now there are only two different editions of this book so this was kind of a hard one. Both of these covers are awesome, so my least favorite cover is really my least favorite. I still really like it will all the different objects from different fandoms. Just something makes me like the other a tad more.

So that is all I have for this post. I would love to know your thoughts on any of the covers for these books and what book you would choose for this topic. You can follow me on goodreads and Instagram to see what I am reading. Thanks for reading.