Top Ten Book covers of the decade

Top Ten Tuesday:
Book Cover Freebie:
Top Ten Book covers of the decade

TTT for January 27, 2020


Today is a Book Cover Freebie. As I recently did a post of my favorites books in the decade, I thought I would feature today my most favorite covers.
It really helped I do a yearly recap including my favorite cover of the year, like this last one.
I’m featuring here the Book Cover I preferred every year.

Please click on the covers to access my review

IN 2019

Vintage 1954

IN 2018

On la trouvait plutot jolie

IN 2017

One Sip at a Time

IN 2016

Sleeping giants

IN 2015

Race to Tibet

IN 2014

Star For Mrs Blake

IN 2013

Consolations of the Forest

IN 2012

Equal of the Sun

IN 2011

The Invetion of Hugo Cabret

IN 2010



Have you read any of these?
Show me your covers!

Book review: Vintage 1954

Vintage 1954

Vintage 1954
by  Antoine Laurain
Translated from the French by
Jane Aitken/Emily Boyce
Gallic Books
Millésime 1954
was published in 2018
Fiction/ Time Travel
208 pages


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I usually associate Antoine Laurain with quirkiness. But he can do so much more. His latest novel Vintage 1954 is here to prove it. His best so far, keep reading to know why.

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Mailbox Monday February 18

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Vintage 1954

Vintage 1954:
US release date June 18
The great folks at Gallic Books sent this upcoming release by Antoine Laurain. I have read three books so far by this French author, and have especially enjoyed The President’s Hat.
Vintage 1954 promises to be fun, a kind of variation of the movie Midnight in Paris, though the characters end up in the 50s, not the 20s.
“When Hubert Larnaudie invites some fellow residents of his Parisian apartment building to drink an exceptional bottle of 1954 Beaujolais, he has no idea of its special properties. The following morning, Hubert finds himself waking up in 1950s Paris”.
And look at this cool cover!