Top 5 Wednesday: Red Covers!

Top 5 Wednesday was set up by Lainey over at GingerReadsLainey. Every week you have a new topic and you pick your top 5 choices for each topic. This is done in Vlogs, but I think it will be great for Bloggers to do as well. This week's topic is Red Covers, which if I'm honest I don't own many red covers, so most of these will be books with red on the cover. I hope you like the new format. Anyway, lets get this going.....

The Suitcase Kid by Jacqueline Wilson - This was a childhood favourite of mine, but I just love the cover. It's eye-catching and shows what the book is all about without giving away any important details.

Half Bad by Sally Green - I've yet to read this book, but the cover is absolutely beautiful. And it's double sided, which means it has one design on the front (black with red face) and on the back it has the same design, but it's white with a red face.

Red at Midnight by Katie McGarry - I love Katie McGarry, but this short story is beautiful and so is that cover. It's very autumnal, which is perfect because we are currently in Autumn. The mix of red and brown leaves and the grave yard just sets the perfect tone for the book.

Talon by Julie Kagawa - I'm not a big fantasy fan, but look at that cover! It's beautiful, simple and unique. I love the colour of the red and the scales. Just......gawd! I cannot say anything bad about this cover. It's gorgeous.

A Grimm Warning by Chris Colfer - I've yet to read this series as well, but I want to start it soon. The thing with middle grade is that all the covers are gorgeous, but none are better than The Land of Stories. Every single cover is beautiful and detailed. Once again, this cover is very autumnal with the mixture of red, brown, green and yellow. I also happen to be a huge Gleek.

What are your favourite books with red covers?

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