Same Book, Different Cover Part 3


I love this meme created and hosted by Inge @The Belgian Reviewer highlighting the difference between covers for the same book. I’ve noticed the same thing happening with audiobooks as well, so let’s have a look at some covers.

Audiobooks are on the left and paperbacks/hardbacks/ebooks are on the right

I definitely prefer the dark blue cover for this one

The paperback version is much nicer than the audiobook cover

Both of these are audiobook covers, and I think they might the US and UK covers. I definitely prefer the more arty pink one on the left

I love the audiobook cover for this one, I don’t find the others eye-catching enough.

Without a doubt I prefer the audiobook cover as I find the other cover quite difficult to read.

Which covers do you prefer?


35 thoughts on “Same Book, Different Cover Part 3

  1. Inge | The Belgian Reviewer says:

    So great to see this post again and thanks again for the mention! I think I prefer the lighter version of Lyrebird more but I entirely agree with all your other choices! Well it’s not a big surprise I love the pink cover of A Spark Of Light much more than the other one I think :-).

  2. Books and Me!! says:

    ooh fab posts and I love seeing all the different covers! I think the only audio cover i prefer is the spark of light one and lyrebird – much prefer the books on the right for the others!

  3. Hayley at RatherTooFondofBooks says:

    Lovely post! I’m always interested in the different book covers for the same book and often wonder why they are so different. I have the dark blue hardback of Lyrebird and love it. I prefer the cover of A Spark of Light on the right – every time I see it I want to buy it (even though I’ve already read it on Pigeonhole!).

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