Book Travelling Thursday | Back to school!

Book Travelling Thursday is a weekly meme in which you show and discuss your favourite book covers based on a theme. It is hosted by  Danielle from Danielle’s Book Blog and Catia from The Girl Who Read Too Much. You can find more info in their goodreads group. This weeks theme is “Today you have the choice. Go back to the previous themes and choose the one you want to.” So I went ahead and choose this theme:

“September 1st – It’s back to school time! Choose a book set on high school or college.”

I never participated in this meme before, but I just wanted to try it out. I picked Every Day by David Levithan for this theme because it is set in high school, for most of the story.

The original cover and My country’s cover

My favourite covers
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The Chinese and Spanish editions are so pretty!

My least favourite cover

25364916I was really doubting about this one. I don’t know, I love it but I don’t like it at the same time. I think it has something to do with the colours. I love the idea behind it but it just didn’t work out the way I would want it to.

What is your favourite cover of these?

4 thoughts on “Book Travelling Thursday | Back to school!

    1. Yes I have, I actually own that edition 🙂
      The book is really good and interesting, because it combines contemporary with fantasy. The main character doesn’t have a gender, because every day he/she wakes up in a different body and takes over the life of that person. But then one day he meets a person he/she wants to keep in touch with, and that’s when it starts to get difficult.

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