I've been seeing the paperback cover for Jessica Spotswood's Born Wicked everywhere lately, and since it's so very different from the original hardcover version, I thought it'd make a perfect FFO. They're both very pretty covers that I would look into based on cover appeal alone, but I think I find one more visually interesting than the other, and one a little more mass-market... (Feel free to guess which, as I'm sure we're all bound to differ on this...)
But given the choice, which would you rather have on your shelves? Which intrigues you more, or grabs your attention first?
Which one did it better?
Last Week on FFO: Differing covers for Laini Taylor's Days of Blood & Starlight went head to head: the US version, where it is marketed as young adult, and the UK version, where it is marketed as adult. Though everyone saw some merit in both (and a few people felt like, merit or not, they were both pretty meh), the US cover one in a landslide.
I can only imagine it's even prettier in person, but if you want to find out for yourself, why not try to win a copy? ;)