Favorite book aesthetic trend? I’m trying to think of one

Favorite book aesthetic trend? I’m trying to think of one

7/30/2021, 6:04:18 PM
Favorite book aesthetic trend? I’m trying to think of one that I don’t like. I love the alternate covers, foiling, deckled edges, sprayed edges, special endpapers… haha. I’m also really loving paperbacks being released with a different cover (this is not to be confused with series changing covers halfway through. THAT I’m not a fan of.) Today I’m featuring two paperback releases of some of my favorite books. (Thank you to @simonteen for gifting me these paperbacks) I have to admit I basically screamed when I saw the “Red Scrolls of Magic” paperback cover. I’m obsessed with it and how it matches the other Shadowhunter books. I’m happy that the rest of the books will have these new covers for the hardcovers, but sad that my first book won’t match! I’m glad to at least have it in paperback for my collection! “Sorcery of Thorns” was my “second chance” book, since I didn’t really love Margaret Rogerson’s first book “Enchantment of Ravens”. I ended up really enjoying Sorcery and was so glad I read it. You have to admit that Rogerson has the best book covers and titles. I’m glad they kept the original cover for this one. What are some of your favorite paperback release covers? Some of my top favorites are the new Lunar Chronicles paperback covers, “The Strange Fascinations of Noah Hypnotik” new paperback cover, the “Heroes of Olympus” new paperback covers, the Brian Selznick Harry Potter paperbacks,  and “This Savage Song” new paperback. #sorceryofthorns #theredscrollsofmagic #paperbacks #cassandraclare #margaretrogerson #malec #shadowhunters #theeldestcurses

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