Friday Face Off: Sunrise

This is a weekly meme created by Books by Proxy, but currently run by Lynn’s Book Blog.

“The sunrise was the color of bad blood.”

This weeks theme:  A cover featuring a sunrise/sunset.

My Choice: Tomorrow, When the War Began

Covers:

Scholastic 2006 | Pan Australia 1995 | Pan MacMillan Australia 2010 | Unknown (1)

Unknown (2) | Quercus 2011 | Pan Macmillan Australia 2002 | Molino 2011

Wydawnictwo Znak 2011 | Unknown 2011 | Gottmer 2000 | Laurel-Leaf 1996

 

Fazi 2011 | Pan Macmillan Australia 2012 | Fundamento 2008 | Bonnier 2005

Pan Macmillan Australia 1994 | Pan Australia 2014| Bonnier Carlsen 2000  | Black Moon 2012

Carlsen 2002 | Gottmer Haarlem 2011 | Pan Australia 2016 | Unknown (3)

Bonnier Carlsen 1996 | Pan Macmillan Australia 1998 | CDR-forlag 1998 | Mondadori 1998

Pan Macmillan Australia 2010 | Uitgeverij Jenny De Jonge 1995 | SM 1996 | Yuanliu Publishing 2011

Least Favorites:

Favorites:

 

Winner:

Tomorrow19

Which is your favorite? Do you agree with my choice? Let me know in the comments!!

17 comments

    1. I only read the first three in the series, they were a little too depressing and serious for me, but my cousin loved them! I was shocked there were so many editions! I didn’t realize it was such a popular book. I never see it talked about haha. I don’t love any of them either 😂😂

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  1. What a head-swivelling choice of covers – and with such a wide choice of approaches. Isn’t it fascinating how much covers can differ on the same book? You favourite is a close contender, but I prefer Pan Macmillan Australia 1998 with the London Eye:))

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    1. There is crazy variety between the covers! And I agree, it is super fascinating to see how much the covers can differ, and still be good representation. I like that cover too! Tho, if that is the London Eye then the cover artist messed up because the book takes place in Australia 😂😂

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      1. Oh! Annddd – I’ve just Googled it… There’s a great big London Eye lookalike in Melbourne. There – you learn something new every day:)). Thank you for that info-nugget, Brittany!

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