Clocks turned out to be a pretty good topic for book covers! There’s something kinda pretty about clocks too.
Actually, speaking of clocks, I happen to have this really awesome one that I love (the picture is an Amazon affiliate link in case anyone else also wants to own the same awesome clock):
Other than that though, I don’t have much to say about clocks, so let’s get on with the covers!
Cover Characteristics is a weekly meme hosted at Sugar & Snark. I missed the week when this was the official topic, so I’m a bit late, but this week my topic is:
Books Covers featuring Clocks
The Watchmaker’s Daughter by C.J. Archer
So pretty, and the purple really stands out!
Gabrielle Series by Zachary Paul Chopchinski
These are nice, and I like how coherent they are as a series.
The Chronothon by Nathan Van Coops
This one looks kind of post-apoc-ish and very in-your-face, but it’s attention-grabbing, and I like it!
The Seventh Bride by T. Kingfisher
I’m not really sure why I love this one, but I do. Maybe the color contrast? The interesting composition? The fantasy feel?
Collide by Michelle Madow
This one is so bright and glowy!
The Lying Planet by Carol Riggs
This one looks interesting with the desolate-looking picture but the bright pink coloring.
The Rewind Agency Series by Jill Cooper
These are so interesting, and I like the color combo!
The Interminables by Paige Orwin
The teal is pretty, and I love the whole thing, especially the little people on the clock face!
The Machine by E.C. Jarvis
I like the simple but good grungy, possibly steampunk or sci-fi look.
The Death and Life of Zebulon Finch Volume 2 by Daniel Kraus
I do like my illustrated covers, don’t I? I just find this one so pretty and interesting, and the covers for this series (the first isn’t pictures since it didn’t have a clock) kind of make me want to read the books!