What kind of book cover draws you in?
I started thinking about this when I saw the cover on Bibliophile by the Sea of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry. The cover has a cartoonish or art look to it. Not realistic at all, yet I would pick up the book. What artist is this like?
A lot of book covers have people without their heads. I guess the idea is probably to make the reader think: This could be you.
And here's another:
The second cover appeals to me more, maybe because I see action in it.
Sometimes the cover will show a part of someone's head, again, not a clear photo because it could be any reader.
Like this one:
What do you think? What kind of book cover draws you in?
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