Same book, different cover #13


I’m back with 5 new book covers to pick and choose your favorite one. This is just for fun so there are no wrong answers! OK, I’ll go first, then it’s up to you:

Dirty Little Secrets by Jo Spain

Dirty Little Secrets 01  Dirty Little Secrets 02

I choose cover number 2. It feels much more ominous and makes me wonder what goes on in that house.

The Rumour by Lesley Kara

The rumor 02 The Rumour

Definitely cover 2, it’s so telling of the gossip at the school gate, which is how the whole story starts.

Force of Nature by Jane Harper

Force of Nature 02   Force of Nature

Difficult! The first gives me strong ideas about it being in the wilderness and forest, the second one is more open but looks like it really is the storm that could be dangerous for the chances to survive with nowhere to hide. After careful weighing of both, I stick to cover 2.

Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney

Sometimes I Lie 02  Sometimes I Lie

That’s easy, I definitely choose cover 2! I love the two sides represented like this. She’s not Alice falling down a rabbit hole, is she?

The Sight of You by Holly Miller 

The Sight Of You The Sight Of You 02

Oh I was sold as soon as I saw the first cover and that hasn’t changed. It feels like I’m getting an emotional story, especially with a tagline like that, whereas the second one only screams romance to me.


So that’s it. Tell me your thoughts! If you can’t get enough, check out my previous post in the series: Battle Of The Books #12 

Also don’t forget to check out the Secret Library Book Blog where Nicki holds a book battle with some AUDIObooks.


24 thoughts on “Same book, different cover #13

  1. Some of these covers are really awful, and choosing between them is a little like pin the tail on the donkey while wearing a blindfold. It’s hit or miss. But I love the first covers for both the Jane Harper book, and the last one, Miller’s book.

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      • Oh, I understand you pick books you personally have read, Inge. I just mean that book covers for crime fiction are so bland and generic, it’s like they really cannot be bothered. Even the dull colours, sometimes, put me off. Miller’s covers, on the other hand, are lively and vibrant. ☺️

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