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Top Ten Tuesday: My Top Ten Favorite Book Covers May 21, 2013

Filed under: Top Ten Tuesdays — dianatierney3 @ 9:36 pm

I am just going to let these cover’s speak for themselves. What they all have in common are that they are covers that have ignited my curiosity in one way or another, making them my favorites.

sense and sensibility

cutting for stone

Empire falls

Great Gatsby

lace reader

Middlesex

where the sidewalk ends

snow falling on cedars

 

ettiquette

the storyteller's daughter

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5 Responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: My Top Ten Favorite Book Covers”

  1. Lisa Says:

    Wow, fantastic choices! I didn’t even think about Middlesex or Snow Falling on Cedars, but you’re right, those are really special covers. Kudos for including Shel Silverstein — always a favorite! And I guess great minds think alike — I have Pride and Prejudice and Zombies on my list, as well as Soulless by Gail Carriger! What a fun topic this week. 🙂

    • dianatierney3 Says:

      i didn’t even think of soulless, I love that cover. And as always, when I looked at your post I found more books to add to my to read list

  2. Julianne Says:

    Great list, I really like the last one! Definitely going to look up The Storyteller’s Daughter now.

    • dianatierney3 Says:

      I love Arabian Knights and I have to say of all the Retellings I have read this is my absolute favorite.

  3. Love your choices – especially Middlesex.


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