Hi everyone! Thanks for the birthday wishes on my post last week, I had a lovely day out on Saturday, Kenilworth Castle was beautiful and thankfully it was a really nice day, if it had been raining, it would not have been the best choice!
Anyway, as it’s Tuesday, I have another Top Ten Tuesday for you courtesy of Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. This week we have a Cover Freebie, so I’ve chosen to share my Favourite Book Covers of 2020. Here we go:
The Silvered Serpents-Roshani Chokshi
HOW GORGEOUS IS THIS COVER THOUGH? I thought The Gilded Wolves was pretty, but this one takes the cake! It comes out next week and I can’t wait to see how pretty it looks next to The Gilded Wolves.
Where Dreams Descend-Janella Angeles
This cover definitely lives up to the Phantom of The Opera/Moulin Rouge comparison! The OwlCrate one is just as beautiful as well. My Waterstones order of this one still hasn’t arrived but I’m hoping it will soon.
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue-VE Schwab
VE Schwab always gets the most gorgeous covers and Addie is no exception (the US cover is beautiful as well). It’s my most anticipated read of the year and I’m starting on the Netgalley ARC once I’m done with Queen of Volts, I can’t wait!
The Empire of Gold-SA Chakraborty
This series has brilliant covers as well, and I really love the deep purple colour of this one, almost makes me wish I had the hardcover edition (though I would never be able to fit it on my shelves).
The Court of Miracles-Kester Grant
This cover is so beautiful, it really makes me wish I’d liked the book more! The naked cover is glorious as well. Sadly, I didn’t enjoy the story as much as I’d hoped but at least I can appreciate the beautiful cover.
Queen of Volts-Amanda Foody
I used the US cover for this as I much prefer the deep purple to the green of the UK one, not that it much matters since I’m reading the Netgalley ARC anyway. I’m almost at the end of this one and though it was a slow starter, it’s building to a very exciting climax.
The Forest of Ghosts and Bones-Lisa Lueddecke
I love how simple this cover is, the light green with the little illustrations, it’s really lovely! This one sounds really cool too, a fantasy based on Hungarian myths? Yes please!
I think this one is beautifully done, especially the bird at the bottom of her face, I really love that part. The minimalist colours are gorgeous as well and I love how all the different blues blend together.
The colours and patterns on this one are just glorious, I can’t wait to see what the UK cover looks like for the second book!
House of Earth and Blood-Sarah J Maas
I used the tour edition for this one rather than the regular one because I feel like the regular one has a little bit too much going on (for me personally) and I prefer the more simplistic look of the tour edition.
So there we go, my favourite book covers from this year! How about you? What have been some of your favourite book covers of 2020? Let me know in the comments!
I will be back for another Top Ten Tuesday next week, it’s time for our annual Autumn TBR topic, and I always love doing the TBR topics so it should be a fun one.