Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink (German cover)
Wow. Just... wow. I love the saturation, which makes the models' eyes and lips stand out. I love the designs on the corners, and I love how they treated the font. If I were living in Germany and knew how to speak German, I would totally pick this one up. Heck, I might even try to get my hands on a copy, just so I can have the pretty covers, side by side.
Okay... *peels eyes away from that delicious cover* Moving on. As you all probably know, I have a slightly unhealthy attachment to Bookcloseouts.com. It is also a great place to find intriguing covers. Here are two that really caught my eye and made me want to read them:
The Lacemaker and the Princess by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
The thing I love about this cover is the attention to detail. You can practically see every thread of of the left girl's shawl and the right girl's dress! Plus it's bright and warm, which gives off a magical, comfortable feeling--and you'd be right. What do you guys think?
The Dream Merchant by Isabel Hoving
It's not as colorful or as bright as the first two, but there's still something about it that just... gets me. I love the bright spot of light near the top, and the simple white font looks striking against the textured background. This was definitely a cover that made me look more into the book--and now it's sitting on my shelf, waiting to be read. How does it affect you? From the cover, what do you think the book's about?