Weekly Feature: Covetable Covers.

This week’s Covetable Cover is John Connolly’s ‘The Book of Lost Things’. It’s a very dark and creepy fairy-tale themed story which i would highly recommend. It’s a great example of a design which weaves hidden items from the story into the cover. Can you find all the keys and items woven into the thorns?

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A great example of a cover which weaves hidden items from the story into the cover. can you find all the keys and items woven into the thorns?

“Stories wanted to be read, David’s mother would whisper. They needed it. It was the reason they forced themselves from their world into ours. They wanted us to give them life.” 

― John Connolly, The Book of Lost Things

I know it’s only supposed to be the cover, but the inside has a beautiful design too!

“He had quite liked the dwarfs. He often had no idea what they were talking about, but for a group of homicidal, class-obsessed small people, they were really rather good fun.” 

― John Connolly, The Book of Lost Things

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