Some of these covers were featured on the Bookends blog, but I’m going to add some more to the key covers copy catting:
Green by Laura Peyton Roberts
From what I’ve read of the descriptions (because of these, I’ve only read Suite Scarlett), I think that Split’s cover is most content-fitting. I love the old looking keys, but the novelty wears off when you see it so often.
Do you think any of them did it better or is more interesting? I’m not committed to loving or disliking any of them. They just don’t stand out as memorable to me except for the fact that there are so many other covers with similar looks.
Kelly Jensen is a former librarian turned editor for Book Riot. She's the author of IT HAPPENS: A Guide to Contemporary Realistic Fiction for the YA Reader and the forthcoming Feminism For The Real World (Algonquin Young Readers, Spring 2017).