This week's question:
Q: Activity! Dreamcast your current read.
Currently I'm reading Born at Midnight and I'm nearly finished, I find it terribly hard to cast people as characters because I don't ever think I would do the book characters justice!
So here we go:
Do you think I've done them justice?
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TGIF is a weekly feature
created and hosted by the awesome Ginger at GReads
that re-caps the week’s posts and
has a different question each week.
This Friday's Question:
Show Me Your Cover: What are some of the worst book covers, but hold some of the best stories inside? Don't be embarrassed, show us your cover!
I have read quite a few books which have covers I don't think are very appealing, but like they always say 'don't judge a book by it's cover'. Some end up being the most amazing books I've read (it does happen!)
Pandemonium - The cover seems so animal like, as though the face is popping out of an animal's body *shivers*. The book itself was amazing!
City of Bones - I've actually never really liked any of the covers in the series, they just never seemed to connect with me much, there is just something about it I can't quite put my finger on.
Along for the Ride - To me it just didn't reflect the atmosphere of the book, the legs weren't appealing much to me either!
I'm not much of a fan of the Soul Screamer covers, too much of a colour blinder.
If you've seen the UK covers of the Chicagoland Vampires you wouldn't like them much either, they're really unrealistic. But both series are super awesome!