Cover War Winners
You know the saying “don’t judge a book by its cover,” right? But who can resist some of these eye-catching beauties that just won’t let you pass them by? They have covers that shout to be picked up. And even better than a truly enrapturing cover is an enchanting book! Get the best of both with these Cover War winners of 2011.
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One Moment, One Morning by Sarah Rayner
One Moment, One Morning is said to be Rayner's breakthrough novel, and the theme of the story will resonate with readers everywhere. The book follows three women after a man unexpectedly dies on a train, and the effect his death has on his wife, a friend and a stranger. The cover shows teacups stacked on top of each other in the rain, and has such a lonely feeling when one looks at it. The cover design is featured on Rayner's website and describes how the touching photograph ended up on the jacket.