We've all heard the saying "Don't judge a book by its cover." But really, how many times have you been drawn to a book because of it's cover. Besides, we all initially judge a book by it's cover art and tagline, and now it's time to celebrate the it! Cover Love is hosted every Monday, feel free to add a link to your cover reviews (love 'em, hate 'em, or debut 'em) to Mr. Linky below.
I just love the colors, textures, and depth in this cover. Those gorgeous blues and greens just seem to suck you right into the cover. Unfortunately this one is only available as an e-book (but for $0.99). I'd be tempted to buy it just to be pretty on my shelves. And it might make me look intellectual also, I'd use it to balance out all of those manly chest covers.
Rob Dunbar is the perfect history professor: after all, he's been alive for 3000 years. Fearing medieval stake-burnings and modern dissections, he's kept his immortality a secret from everyone he's ever known.
Until New Year's Eve, 2199, when a moody stranger named Baxter threatens to out him.
Forced to put his vast experience to Baxter's use, Rob is shanghaied on a planet-hopping rescue mission. His help may preserve mankind's future among the stars--if the weight of his long past doesn't bury him first.
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Posted by Jennifer Monday, July 11, 2011 at 12:00 AM
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