Cover Wars: Seven Days vs. The Heart of Betrayal

Cover Wars is a weekly showdown of two beautiful covers. The winner, as voted by you, goes on to face a new cover, and wins bragging rights. This is basically a fun way to discuss what we like in covers.

This week's covers are very different from each other, but both are great representations of the books they represent. 


Seven Days is  one of those covers I want in my hands so I can turn it around and read everything. I loved doing this sort of word art when I was a kid, and something about it is just so cool. Also, I'm a pretty big fan of a lime-type yellow and black colour scheme. The Heart of Betrayal is intrigue and suspense. There's fog, sinister branches, bridges, and a girl in a red dress. The font is super cool, and the more I look at the cover, the more I wonder... 

Now it's up to you guys to vote! Remember that this is December, which means the January Cover Wars round up should come soon with all the Cover Wars all-stars!



7 comments:

  1. I'm going to choose The Heart of Betrayal! It just catches my eye :)

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    1. That's certainly valid explanation.

      -P.E.

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  2. Both are amazing in their own different ways but 7 Days seems to be a bit too busy with all those letters, it can be overwhelming.

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    1. That's an interesting observation. I wonder if that's a key point of the narration, which would be super cool!

      -P.E.

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  3. Surprisingly to me I like the cover of Seven Days better. I like how it looks like the book will be very character oriented with the handwritten part. It would be very awkward with someone who color blind though... :P

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    1. I always think that too. In any case, outside of cover wars, but I'm super excited to read some reviews for it.

      -P.E.

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  4. I love both covers, but I have to vote for The Heart of Betrayal. There's something magical about it.

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