Welcome to The Friday Face-Off, a weekly meme at Books by Proxy. Join us every Friday as we pit cover against cover, and publisher against publisher, to find the best artwork in our literary universe. You can find a list of upcoming topics at Lynn's Books.
This week's topic is:
I opted to steer this week's topic into the direction of titles with "king" or "queen" in them, and there's quite a lot of options with that! I decided to share a variety of different books, alternating with king and queen in the titles. There are a lot of uses of these words in titles, so I tried to include a bit of variety–let's have a look at them!
2018 US Hardcover | 2020 US Hardcover | 2020 US Hardcover
2020 US Paperback | 2020 US Hardcover | 2015 US Hardcover
2018 US Hardcover | 2019 US Paperback | 2016 US Paperback
2017 Kindle | 2021 US Hardcover | 2017 US Hardcover
2020 US Hardcover | 2018 Kindle | 2016 US Hardcover
And a bonus that just seems to encapsulate the entire topic this week!
These are all too different for me to really pick a favorite, but I will say that I'm always particularly drawn to these two covers!
What cover(s) do you like the most?
These are all really cool, but The Rightful Queen is the one that draws me in the most, I think!ReplyDelete
Great idea, I think I may have done a post like this at one time. There really are a ton of King and queen covers😁ReplyDelete
Queen of Volts and- wow- King of PAradise are both awesome!ReplyDelete