Top 5 Tuesday: Judging By The Covers

Not judging a book by its cover has been the mantra of bookworms far and wide but it can be difficult not to at times. And one has to admit that there are just books that lure you in through their beautiful covers. Of course, when we say ‘beautiful’ it also depends on the person looking.

Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly meme by Shanah at the Bionic Book Worm. If you are interested in participating just head over to her site and welcome to Tuesday parties! Here is the list of Topics in February.




An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson

If the title wasn’t enough, the cover did me in. She looks gorgeous! Excited to read this one!

Caraval (Caraval, #1) by Stephanie Garber

I already read this one and the cover was one of the reasons why it drew my attention but of course, the synopsis did its part too. Here are my thoughts on the book.

The Language of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic

I probably have a thing for swirls and beautiful titles. Even if it wasn’t by Leigh Bardugo this would have been one of book cover buys.

A Thousand Pieces of You (Firebird, #1) by Claudia Gray

This has been in my TBR for quite some time now and I admit was the ultimate book cover buy. Impulsiveness at its finest.

The Assassin’s Blade (Throne of Glass, #0.1-0.5) by Sarah J. Maas

You think I only have four?

Here’s the fifth and most beautiful of them all. Also, another reason this made the list is because I won this one in a raffle/giveaway and I totally freaked out (in a good way) when I finally got it today! A happy bookworm Tuesday indeed.

Thank you so much Kathy at Books & Munches!


Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Shanah at the Bionic Book Worm 

So that’s it for my Top 5 Tuesday! What’s yours?


12 thoughts on “Top 5 Tuesday: Judging By The Covers

  1. Ah! I want that first book tooo!!!
    I think a book I picked by it’s cover alone was Half a King and the Raven Cycle series- oh god I LOVE this series, also I just got the fourth book and ❤

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  2. I believe the content of the book matters the most, but the cover does get you to stop, and take another look, especially if you’re perusing books on Amazon. I write humor, I wanted the cover of my first book to be interesting My gravatar is the books cover. What do you think?

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    1. Yes it does! Though the covers sometimes tell some of the story itself too in some way and that makes the readers curious.
      I don’t read much of humor but it look interesting!


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