Never Judge A Book By Its Cover

The Cover of J.K Rowling’s much awaited Adult book ‘The Casual vacancy is out.

 

48 hrs already into its launch The Cover of the book is much under scrutiny for its look and appeal.

 

Critics have pointed out that compared to the Covers of The Harry Potter series , the cover of her book lacks depth and doesn’t strike out differently.

Well we wouldn’t want to compare the Harry Potter series with her upcoming book as they are completely different genres .

 

But the real question is.. Is the Cover more important than the story itself??

 

Do books get sold only on the basis of How attractive is the book Cover?

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Or Would you buy a book for the author and their story .

 

Would love to hear from you (Our Dear Critiques & geeks)

 

Signing off..

 

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4 thoughts on “Never Judge A Book By Its Cover

  1. “Critics have pointed out that compared to the Covers of The Harry Potter series , the cover of her book lacks depth and doesn’t strike out differently.”

    Sounds very much like something i said on another blog. LOL. Where did you get that statement from? Just curious.

    Fact is, people do judge a book by its cover. Its the 1st impression. 1st impressions are important when surrounded with a lot of other attractive looking books. I know this because when the printing of my book came out bad, my book cover wasnt as attractive as it was meant to be, and it was not eye catching for people to notice.

  2. Obviously you can’t judge a book by it’s cover (or movie) but ask any bibliophile, a cover does make a difference. I remember purchasing few books which I’d already had, just because the new cover was irresistible.

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