In most respects, these two covers look absolutely nothing alike. But in 1 obvious way, they certainly have something in common: they are both books. I kid, I kid. But seriously, that's an...interesting hairdo... I'm curious what you guys think. Personally, I'm really torn. The Hourglass cover makes me a little uncomfortable (in a good way) - it looks so unnatural and weird and cold. I really like it, it's striking and memorable. On the other hand, Impossible has one of my favorite covers, ever. It's simply beautiful, and striking and memorable in its own way. I also really love the blood red ballgown in the middle of the golden wheat fields. So I could really go either way here. But what about you? Which book do you want to pick up, purely on cover appeal?
Which one does it better?
Before we move on to find out who won last week, make sure you keep your eyes wide open during Fairy Tale Fortnight, because one of these books could be yours. I think you can guess which one.
(Hint: It's not Hourglass)
Last Week on FFO: Forbidden and The Dark and Hollow Places showed us their hearts -- and they were made of barbed wire. Only 1 person preferred Forbidden (for its simplicity), and The Dark and Hollow Places took the win this time. (Though it still loses out to the US version of the cover)