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Q: Worst cover? What is the worst cover of a book that you’ve read and loved?
A: I personally think the covers for Brigid Kemmerer's Elementals series are unfortunate, but I adore the books! The covers look like bad 80's 90210 promo shots, but the novels are amazing.
This one isn't so bad. The guy just looks kind of confused/out of it, and if you don't know what the book is about, then you probably wonder why he's carrying a bush. Check out my review here.
This is the most 80's 90210 worthy shot, if you ask me. I keep waiting on Luke Perry to appear. See if Luke Perry makes a cameo in the story in my review here.
This looks like a boy band promo shot. It's like the Elementals are trying to be Backstreet Boys. Not good. See if the Elementals make sweet music together in my review here.
The series is fantastic, though. One of my favorites. If you don't believe me, check out my reviews for these books (links above). I didn't review Fearless yet, but I have read it, and it's also excellent.
What cover(s) did you hate, but you loved the book(s)?