Favourite Orange Book Covers
Orange is the colour of Autumn, at least in my opinion, and today I thought I would share my favourite orange book covers.
From fantasy to thriller reads, here are my favourite orange book covers.
A modern classic, or so I’ve been told. I’ve yet to read Kazuo Ishiguro’s latest but I adored the marketing campaign and most of that was because of the beautiful cover. There was a fantastic media installation in London that really made the cover shine.
A huge fantasy novel. I did own a copy of this, but sadly an office flood ruined it. It’s an enormous read and I’ve heard mixed things. But there is no denying this cover, with its dragon and tower, is beautiful.
A romance I have read. This classic love story is heartbreaking and unforgettable, and the cover is the same. With the clever use of silhouettes to represent Emma and Dexter, it’s a very recognisable book cover.
A greek myth retelling with a stunning cover – both the US and UK editions, which is no mean feat. I love the edition with all the extra illustrations depicting elements of the stories. The Grecian garlands of the US edition are also a lovely touch.
And finally, The Curfew by T.M. Logan, the cover is mostly of a house but I adore the orange sunset. Slightly biased, as this is one of the books I’ve worked on, but I think it’s a stunning and atmospheric cover.
What is your favourite orange book cover, if you have one? Let me know in the comments below.