Book Traveling Thursdays #9

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Book Traveling Thursdays is a weekly meme hosted by Cátia @ The Girl Who Read Too Much and Danielle @ Danielle’s Book Blog. Each week there is a different theme and you must pick a book that goes along with that theme. Once you have a book in mind, your post will be centered around the different covers of that particular book. Firstly, you should explain why you think the book you picked goes with the theme. Then you will show the original cover, the cover from your country, your favorite cover, and your least favorite cover. For more information, check out the Goodreads group.

This week’s theme is to pick a book that you believe could become a classic. When I read this prompt, I immediately thought of Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley. This historical fiction novel takes place in 1959 and centers around two girls on opposites sides of the civil rights battle – who end up falling for each other. It’s an extremely important story and a very good one as well! If you can’t tell, I highly recommend it! I could also easily see it becoming a classic in several years.


Original Cover / My Country’s Cover

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Favorite Covers

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I really enjoy all 3 of these covers! If I had to pick one as my absolutely favorite though, I’d definitely go with the first one. I love covers with silhouettes of people on the cover. It’s such a cool concept!

Least Favorite Cover

I actually don’t have a least favorite cover for this book! There was only 4 different covers throughout all the countries that published the novel and I surprisingly enjoyed them all for once!


What recently published book do you think could one day become a classic? Let me know in the comments or link me to your Book Traveling Thursdays post!

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