Wolf By Wolf by Ryan Graudin
I was never wowed by the original cover for Wolf By Wolf but the new one makes this YA Speculative Historical look like a Steampunk novel.
The Near Witch by V.E Schwab (Victoria Schwab)
This cover change feels pretty inevitable. The new cover compliments Schwab’s Shades of London, series, but the blurb on the cover is odd to me. I feel like it’s a really obvious ploy to get readers to associate Schwab with Gaiman…also I noticed they used her gender-neutral pen name. So, yeah.
Stealing Snow by Danielle Paige
I think the new cover might appeal to an older audience. I’m definitely getting some Elsa vibes from the female figure. I like that they kept the original typography and I’m all for san serif fonts they just give a cleaner appearance.
The Beauty That Remains by Ashley Woodfolk
When this book first came out I could never tell if it was adult or YA because the cover was so neutral. I actually really like the original design but the new cover tells you way more about the book and will certainly appeal more to teens.
Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson
I think this cover has that minimalist illustrated look that’s pretty big with fantasy novels now.
1/2 of the blogging duo at Books and Sensibility, I have been blogging about and reviewing books since 2011. I read any and every genre, here on the blog I mostly review Fantasy, Adult Fiction, and Young Adult with a focus on audiobooks.