Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Book Covers We’d Frame As Pieces of Art

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Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the ladies at The Broke and the Bookish.

This week’s theme is:

Top Ten Book Covers I’d Frame As Pieces of Art 

There are so many book covers out there that are ridiculously gorgeous! There are many out there that we’d hang on our walls to stare at all day. Here are some book covers we think should be considered pieces of art:

Marianne’s Choices:

Jennifer’s Choices:

 

Honorable Mention:

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  • Of Neptune by Anna Banks: We thought it was a great addition but since we already added Of Triton we decided to add this as an honorable mention.

That’s it for this week’s To Ten Tuesday! We both hope you liked them!

M&J

24 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Book Covers We’d Frame As Pieces of Art

  1. Cait says:

    You have so many the same as me!! Brilliant minds think alike, right?!! x) I LOVE LOVE LOVE These Broken Stars, but I didn’t put it on my list, because I figured it’d be everywhere this week! x) It’s just the most gorgeous cover alive, though, I think. And while I love Jennifer E Smith’s COVERS, I’m not a fan of her actual writing at least not yet. x) I LOVE your picks.

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    • Jennifer @Boricuan Bookworms says:

      I love your covers! I’m gonna comment there now… xD I was gonna put These Broken Stars too, but Marianne won me over that one. I’ve only read one of Jennifer’s books, but at least I can say I love how cute the covers look ❤

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    • Marianne @ Boricuan Bookworms says:

      I’m really proud of those collages! I didn’t think they’d look that pretty 🙂 If I could, I’d buy a poster or These Broken Stars, because it’s just so beautiful.

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  2. arianrhod123 says:

    The Winner’s Curse has such a pretty cover, and the cover for The Statistical Probability would look amazing on the wall!

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  3. Sam says:

    A set of rather striking covers . . . I especially loved Of Triton, so I see why Of Neptune got an Honorable Mention! I’ve never read either, but are they at all based on Greek mythology? I am a sucker for adaptations of nearly any stripe . . . anyway, thanks for sharing some lovely covers!

    Sam @ Mad But Magic

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    • Jennifer @Boricuan Bookworms says:

      I’ve only read the first book, Of Poseidon, and it was amazing. It doesn’t deal (so far at least) with Greek Mythology. Poseidon and Triton were mermen who created the sirenia, like the fathers. Of Neptune, no idea how what is. The books are centered around mermaids, or how they call themselves sirenia. They’re really fun, interesting, and a good summer read. I haven’t done my review soon, but you can check out Marianne’s! http://wp.me/p3uKm2-KX

      Thanks for reading! 😀

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  4. Skylar Finn says:

    They’re all gorgeous! I especially think Splintered and The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight are delicious 😀 I put the Shatter Me series on my TTT too (I think they deserve a place in the Books Covers Hall of Fame or something).

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