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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The Art of Forgetting by Camille Noe Pagan
Camille Noe Pagan's debut novel, The Art of Forgetting, weaves a heart-breaking tale about two women – best friends – who are thrown a cruel twist of fate after Julia is in an accident. Julia, a dancer, suffers from a traumatic brain injury after being hit by a cab, and the brain damage diminishes her memory and causes a change in her personality. The cover shows a ballerina who could be in a stretch, a final bow or in a moment of defeat. Only the story will tell us what the cover shows.