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Best book covers of 2011

Samantha Robey of Chick Lit Plus discovered chick lit books a few years ago and became fascinated with the different worlds she could escape to by opening the cover of books that were decorated with glamour, shoes, shopping bags, and of ...

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.

The Art of Forgetting by Camille Noe Pagan The Art of Forgetting cover

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.

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