Featured Reviews, VOLUME 5

Best Book Covers of 2012

Here is our list of the best book covers of 2012…

We limited our focus to the 500 or so books that we have covered this year.  Still, there were tough decisions…


Have you seen any book covers this year that have really grabbed your attention? Share them with us in the Comments below.


AND Stay tuned, as tomorrow we will post our side-splittingly hilarious list of the WORST Christian Book covers of the year!!!


Counting down to the #1 best book cover of the year…

#12 [easyazon-link asin=”193807338X” locale=”us” alt=”Best Book Covers of 2012″]Song Reader by Beck[/easyazon-link]

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This book has a great cover, but we also included it here because the concept of a play-it-yourself album is just so delightful!


Forward to #11 >>>

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  1. I love Chris Ware’s artwork.

  2. Um, I think this book cover is appallingly bad. The title is difficult to read and the cover gives what I assume is the wrong impression about the content of the book (it’s difficult to tell because the cover is so confusing I’m not sure what the book is about). As a piece of abstract art I’m sure it’s great, as a book cover it sucks. Most readers would pass it by before they could decipher the title.