Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Walk Two Moons Covers, Part II
(See yesterday's post for Part I)
Continuing yesterday's topic, below are additional book covers for foreign translations of Walk Two Moons:
The red convertible and turkey on the Polish edition (image 2, bottom left) are . . .surprising; the Korean cover in third image (bottom) seems to depict another story entirely.
I tend to favor covers that do not depict a character on the cover, leaving the reader to 'cast' the character in his/her own mind.
What do you think? Any favorites or not-favorites among these?