Thursday, November 3, 2011

Cover Comparisons #26: Dark Parties by Sara Grant


Living in Germany gives me the perfect opportunity to compare original covers with the ones German publishers choose. Sometimes they're gorgeous, sometimes they make me cringe, but it's always interesting to see different covers for the same novel.

Cover Comparisons is a weekly feature here at Fictional Distraction.



Dark Parties by Sara Grant
(US / UK / GER) 

I love how all of them actually picked up the snowflake theme and turned their covers into something unique nonetheless. The cover I like least is definitely the US cover - it seems really weird to me. I think I actually like the German cover the best; it looks even better in real life when I see it standing in the book store. It might be one of the few translated books I'd actually pick up just because of the cover.

Which version do you like best?
US UK GER   
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Carina

7 comments:

  1. I love the UK cover! It's so gorgeous. I agree about the US cover being my least favorite. I also like how the snowflake is incorporated. :)

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  2. I love the UK cover. I don't think I'd pick the other two up! :)

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  3. I really liked the German cover but the UK one wins this round :)

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  4. This weekly feature seems so cool. Can I join?
    I actually got to read this one a while back and really loved. What caught my interest was the U.S. cover looked scary and strange. Since I have eclectic reading tastes that's why I like it.

    I like the German cover next. Don't really like the U.K. one much.
    Great post.

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  5. Thank you, Cassandra. Of course you can join. :) The more the merrier! <3

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