What I do like, however, are the book covers I found!
Some of them are actually some of my all-time favorites.
It was a little difficult to find TEN good ones though, so I included a few with jellyfish because I figured we probably won't ever be doing that as a topic since it seems rather specific (watch, now it'll be chosen just to spite me :-P). I also really wanted to use the cover for Drown.
So there you go. I make my own rules in the name of pretty book covers!
Cover Characteristics is a weekly meme hosted at Sugar & Snark. This week’s topic is:
Books Covers featuring Fish
Big Fish: A Novel of Epic Proportions by Daniel Wallace
I actually don’t really like this cover. But without this book, one of my all-time favorite movies wouldn’t exist. So I felt like it deserved a spot on the list.
Talk Under Water by Kathryn Lomer
The cover is a little odd but kind of interesting, and I couldn’t help but include it because the book is on my TBR (one of the main characters is deaf, and, after four years of sign language in high school, you can’t help but be interested in a book like this).
The Undrowned Child by Michelle Lovric
It’s kind of magical and fairytale-esque looking.
Fish Out of Water by Natalie Whipple
It’s simplistic but cute.
The Thing About Jellyfish by Ali Benjamin
It’s kind of whimsical and pretty.
Silence is Goldfish by Annabel Pritcher
This is another simplistic one but also kind of quirky, like the title.
City of the Iron Fish by Simon Ings
I actually came across this on Pinterest, and I’m glad I did because it’s so artistic and creative.
My Favorite #1:
Drown by Esther Dalseno
I absolutely ADORE this cover. It is so gorgeous and magical-looking, and the story is also magical and fairy tale-esque.
My Favorite #2:
The Sea Queen by Jovee Winters
I don’t even know what this book is about, but I know it’s on my TBR for a while purely because the cover is amazing. (And I swear there are fish on it, they’re just small!)
My Favorite #3:
The Sea Witch by S.J. Valfroy
Another gorgeous cover, and striking with the deep purple. Also an amazing book (you can read my review here).