We've had Libba Bray's The Diviners on Face Off before, when the US and UK versions went head to head and gave us lots to talk about. But those two pretty covers are not the only pretty covers out there for this glorious beast of a book, and I have to say, the two covers I'm going to showcase today might just beat out both the US and UK as my favorites. Below are the Italian (love it!) and Australian (so cool!) versions of The Diviners. Take a look - and if you want, take a peak back at the US/UK versions, too - and then tell me in the comments which one you would reach for. Which makes you curious? Which has the better feel? Which gives you the best sense of story, and which would you proudly display on your shelves? In short,
Which one did it better?
Last Week on FFO: A couple of covers - Tana French's In the Woods and Lindsay Fairleigh & Lindsay Pogue's After the Ending - went head to head to represent the white background/black branchy-things trend. You guys had a lot to say about how this trend was implemented, and even had a few suggestions of other covers with similar styles, but in the end, more of you chose In the Woods.