Hello all, and happy Saturday to you! Today, I want to share with you, the best book covers of a series. Now, this was supposed to be a post I was supposed to do last month before the New Year, but unfortunately, I wasn't able to do that. Oops.
Anyways, I am officially in exam study mode, and don't really have much time to do anything today. But, I decided to squeeze blogging into my schedule for all of you lovely people!
So here it is, my top 5 best covers of a series (and I so apologize if my wording for this post isn't really great. I've been studying French verbes all morning, and spent two hours doing piano homework. Bear with me here).
4. The Chantress Trilogy by Amy Butler Greenfield. This story revolves around a girl named Lucy, who's wonderful voice holds a lot of power. The series is about Lucy discovering her heritage and learning more about her own limits. She's put to the test quiet frequently, and although she may not seem like it, she is a very independent character- especially after Chantress Alchemy.
The cover of this series was changed by the publisher. I actually liked the original cover of the first book, Chantress, seen here:
However, I wasn't really a big fan of the cover of the second novel. But the new covers are actually really pretty, and I am tempted to order all of them on Amazon, because of it (and because this series is pretty awesome!).