But, as usual, I somehow managed to choose just ten ;-) and I don't have a whole to say about hands other than they are super useful and I'm really happy to have them. So here are the covers!
Cover Characteristics is a weekly meme hosted at Sugar & Snark. This week’s topic is:
Books Covers featuring Hands
The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black
The contrast of the skin and background is striking, and I love the font.
The Healing Wars Series by Janice Hardy
These are just pretty, very magical looking.
Sora’s Quest by T.L. Shreffler
This one is gorgeous and artistic, and it looks almost 3D. I was tempted to choose this as my favorite but didn’t because it kind of looks more like a video game than a book cover (though it’s still gorgeous).
Servants of Fate Series by Sarah Fine
These look interesting with a great fantasy/sci-fi feel.
The Marnie Baranuik Files by A.J. Aalto
I couldn’t help but share all six of these because they’re just SO PRETTY!
Havelock by Jane D. Everly
This is another 3D one, which I love, plus I love all the red (big surprise).
The Left Hand Path: Mentor by T.S. Barnett
This is some nicely done yet creepy looking cover art.
Girl on a Wire by Gwenda Bond
It was the cover of this one that really drew me to the book (and I’m glad it did because it ended up being fantastic). I love the art style and the colors and the, well, the girl on a wire lol. It’s very eye-catching.
A Gathering of Shadows by V.E. Schwab
I like the minimalism and the colors.
Leech Series by James Crawford
I am just so drawn to these covers, especially the first one! It’s another 3D-ish one, but it also looks so inviting and interesting and has a great use of colors.