Book Traveling Thursday is a weekly meme hosted by Catia and Danielle. Each week everyone picks a book related to that week’s theme, then you write a blog post explaining explain why you choose that book and spotlight all the different covers from different countries. To find out more check out about BTT go to the Goodreads group!
This week’s theme is: Share the love around the world! Choose a book written by an author from a country you don’t read that often.
This one was a bit tough for me, because I never really think about where an author is from when I read his/her novel. I suppose I’m just concerned about whether I enjoy the story or not; so I had to actually dig a bit in my books to find a Russian author whom I thought was very appropriate.
I’m calling this the original, since it is the one I first one I recall seeing, but it isn’t the original in a time sense. Great cover though!
Can’t put my finger on it exactly, but I thought these two covers conveyed mystery and action. Both made me interested in knowing what was going on behind the pictures.
LEAST FAVORITE COVERS
These covers are too plain and generic for my tastes. Actually, the cover to the left is a good representation of the two main characters in the story, but even with that going for it, I can’t make myself like it. The cover to the right . . . just no.
So what do you think? Agree or disagree?