Today, Tori is at my house, so we thought we'd do a discussion where we're actually talking not just a paragraph.Charli: So... I'm mildly guilty with this.
Tori: I'm majorly guilty with this. I wasn't going to read The Infernal Devices due to the cover, but it's one of my favourite series.
Charli: I only do it a little bit. I try not to but have to on NetGalley because you can't go through every one reading the synopsis. I think I most do this in the school library because there are a lot of older books and I automatically discount these for their covers looking kinda oldish.
Tori: Yep. I do that as well... I prefer bright, eye-catchy covers but yet I'm not keen on them being tacky.
Charli: Ironically I'm not keen on covers with girls on looking all pretty in dystopia/fantasy/war situations, it's not natural. Even though I have lots of books I have adored with covers like these...
Tori: I don't like covers with people on them because you can't imagine them as well and just imagine them as they are on the cover.
Charli: I'm the same. Though sometimes it works really well. I really like the cover of Trouble, even though we wouldn't take it out of the house, it's simple but effective.
Tori: I also like the cover of Trouble. It's cool but there's that whole thing that it had to stay at home. And David Levithan's are amazing *AHHHH*
Charli: I loveeee them too asdfghjkl and John Green's ahhh not just TFiOS with the clouds but all of them with the same fonts and everything and asdfghjkl