Book Cover Remakes: The Hunger Games Trilogy (x)
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These are fictional book covers for the first books of the series.
I had to make them for my university application and theye were so much fun to make and i am pretty proud of them actually.
The hardest part was actually to find a concept for every book because i wanted to unravel the most important parts on ever cover, what especially worked with the second and third book (the battle of blackwater & the red wedding respectively).I found them quite worthy to post on here personally :)
Isn’t she a beauty? I’m pretty much obsessed with this and I’m so happy to finally be able to share it—especially since you can read the novella in less than a month!
On your Nook! Via Apple’s iBookstore! Eventually there’ll be a Kindle link to post, too! Don’t believe for a second this baby is 45 pages. Y’all know I write 500 page books. There’s no way I’d turn out a novella under 80 pages. To those of you outside of the US, I’m really hoping it’ll be available to you digitally, but I’m also pretty sure they’re including it in the back of the paperback edition of TDM (which releases on the same day as NEVER FADE—October 15th). I’m assuming they are, otherwise I have no idea why that bad boy is 528 pages when the hardcover was 496.
Anyway. YAY! Like I’ve said before, I’m really, really, really, really excited for you guys to read it and I’m secretly glad a real description of it hasn’t fed out and ruined some of the fun surprises in it. >:D
↳ Lola and the boy next door (Stephanie Perkins)
“Once upon a time, there was a girl who talked to the moon. And she was mysterious and she was perfect, in that way that girls who talk to moons are. In the house next door, there lived a boy.”