Welcome back, it’s Tuesday, which mean’s it’s also Top 10 Tuesdays, which is now hosted by Jana @ThatArtsyReaderGirl, make sure to check her blog out!
Anyways, here’s the list:
This is a combo of both the title and the cover making me want to read this book. I love the color scheme, the cute illustrations, and the title is just so funky that I knew I had to read it. Spoiler alert: it’s excellent!
I was really drawn in by this cover. Again, I love the colors. The images are also slightly quirky and it just intrigues me. I think the title also probably had a hand in me wanting to read it. The second book is great, as well!
I’ve talked about this cover many times and how much I love it. I was definitely drawn to this book because of the cover. It played a major part in me wanting to read it.
I am always intrigued by books that mention anything related to Arthurian legend. That, plus this beautiful, beautiful cover. I wasn’t disappointed, either!
This title definitely made me want to read this book. It is just so mysterious and different than any book titles I’ve ever seen. I also happen to love the cover, as well, but the title was definitely what drew me to this one.
Just as the previous book, the title for this book made me want to read it. I also happen to love Garth Nix, so this was a win-win for me.
Cover, cover, cover hands down! This was my first Star Wars novel I’ve ever read, and I knew I wanted to read it because Queen Amidala was is one of my favorite characters. This cover is beautiful.
I love the cover of this book, and I think that’s really what made me want to read it. The illustration is so beautiful, I’d hang it on my wall, seriously!
Honestly, I almost picked Anderson’s Landscape Drawn with Invisible Hand, but I chose this one because it has a slightly quirkier look to the cover. This book just looks and sounds so oddball, I knew I would read it. It lives up to the weirdness, in a good way!
Any title that comes from a Shakespeare quote is going to interest me, but especially a Romeo & Juliet one. The cover is also beautiful, so it was a mix of both.