#amonthoffaves2016 – Fave covers


A Month of Faves is hosted by AndiTanya and Tamara

Favorite Book Covers From Our Reads This Year – what did you like about each one?


I read lots of beautiful books this year. Here are some of my favourites!


Sugarbread – Balli Kaur Jaswal

I have to say that I just adore this one. I feel like Singapore’s publishing industry has evolved a lot in the past few years and I like that more attention is being paid to the artwork on covers too.

Mr Splitfoot – Samantha Hunt
An intriguing cover!


The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye – Sonny Liew

This isn’t the version of the book I have (see below). But I kind of adore this one, which has the look of a traditional Chinese ad in Singapore.


I love this one – both the simple cover and the stories that Lucia Berlin tells


Mercury – Margot Livesey (my thoughts)

The blurry horse in the background is a hint at what the story is about.


Flight – Oona Frawley (my thoughts)

Sometimes the simplest of covers work best


The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet – Becky Chambers

Who wouldn’t gaze at this image and wonder what the universe is like?

What covers were among your favourites this year?

5 thoughts on “#amonthoffaves2016 – Fave covers

  1. My copy of The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye has finally come in to the library; I’m really looking forward to it. Thanks for the rec’s! (As always.)

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