Friday Face Off: An orange cover

Friday Face Off

The Friday Face-Off was originally created by Books by Proxy:
each Friday, bloggers showcase book covers on a weekly theme.
Visit Lynn’s Books (@LynnsBooks) for a list of upcoming themes.
Please visit also Tammy at Books, Bones & Buffy (@tammy_sparks)
thanks to whom I discovered this meme.

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This week, the theme is
“Hazy and hot – a cover that is predominantly orange

Orange doesn’t seem to be a common color in the books I read.
I’ll go with The Plotters, translated from the Korean, that I read three years ago.

The Plotters

You can click on the cover to read my happy review.
I also suggest you right click and open the picture in another tab to zoom in, as you may not see what’s going on with the armchair.
A clever cover.


Click on the picture below if you want to identify the various editions
You can also right click and ‘open image in new tab’ to zoom in


Friday Face off Orange cover

The Doubleday edition cover is clever, as I mentioned, and the only one using the color orange! And maybe this is what will make me refrain from choosing it as my favorite cover here.
Note the diversity, and there were many more!

I ended up choosing the Polish edition, with a kind of similar cleverness, but in darker colors, which I think fits better here.

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Have you read this book?
My next participation will be on Friday, July 22:
A book off the tBR


18 thoughts on “Friday Face Off: An orange cover

  1. Well, actually I’m intrigued by the first cover, and I think I’ll seek out The Plotters. I’m intrigued too by this idea of book-selection-by-cover-colour, and I’ve fairly easily found nine … so far. I’ll join in tomorrow!


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