Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. This week's topic is a cover freebie. I've never been to Paris, but it's at the top of my list of places I want to visit someday, so I decided to put together a collage of covers that feature the iconic Eiffel Tower.
Have you ever been to Paris?
Great list! Paris is a very popular book setting, isn't it?ReplyDelete
It really is!Delete
Oh I love the look of these, I’m going to have a Google!ReplyDelete
Love so many of these covers! The Nightingale is still one of my favorite books. SO good! Would you believe I haven't read the other books? I will have to add a few to my TBR list.ReplyDelete
I definitely think you would enjoy some of them!Delete
Love a la Mode has such a great cover.ReplyDelete
My post .
I hope you get a chance to visit Paris someday. That Sky Without Stars cover really captures your attention.ReplyDelete
It's such a detailed cover that's better in person!Delete
Ooh, fun choice! These are all so fun, I really love the cover for To Capture What We Cannot Keep! And I'm not sure it ever processed in my head that there's an Eiffel Tower on the cover for Sky Without Stars!? I hope you get a chance to visit one day!ReplyDelete
Yeah, it's so tiny, I almost missed it! Thanks, Jordan!Delete
These are all pretty covers.ReplyDelete
I didn't realize how popular Paris was for book covers! I've been to France (Metz), but not to Paris.ReplyDelete
I read a lot of books set in Paris, so I've seen a lot!Delete
Oooh! I love this theme! I would love to visit Paris someday. Great list!ReplyDelete
Here’s my TTT!
Ronyell @ Rabbit Ears Book Blog
Fun! I'm hoping to be in Paris next summer. Hopefully, the COVID crisis will be over by then. Fingers crossed.ReplyDelete
Yes, I hope so, too!Delete
Paris really is featured in so many books. And, wow! The Eiffel Tower is on ALL of them. I am rating the Girl Who Ride the Metro my favorite. It's fun, and I like all the landmarks it incorporated.ReplyDelete
Yes, that cover totally made me buy the book, without really knowing what it was about!Delete
It's amazing how many covers feature the Eiffel Tower. The Nightingale was so powerful... and I love the cover.ReplyDelete
Me, too! It really was the cover that inspired this whole post.Delete