Book Traveling Thursday|Under-Hyped Book.


2/25/2016: Share the Love!! Choose an under-hyped book that you think everyone should read.

For this weeks Book Traveling Thursday, I’m gonna go with Tell The Wolves I’m Home by Carol Rifka Brunt. This book came out in 2012, and I think I’ve only seem two people (that I can remember) talk about it on YouTube, or on book blogs I read. WHAT IS GOING ON!? This is such an amazing book! What aren’t people talking about it!? It’s such a great book, so if you haven’t read it, please do, and then tell the world about it! 🙂

Original Cover:

United States Covers:
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Favorite Covers:
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1.) Danish 2.) United Kingdom 3.) Czech 4.) Thai.
My favorite out of these four beautiful covers would have to be the Danish Cover. Now, I don’t really care for the girl on the bottom, but the wolf is great and the colors are BEAUTIFUL! Even though it’s not in English, I NEED IT IN MY LIFE!

Least Favorite Covers:
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1.) Russian 2.) Dutch 3.) Swedish 4.) Polish.
Even though the Dutch cover is butt ugly, I really don’t like the Russian cover. I mean, what does it have to do with anything? This book is not that kind of love story, so it makes no sense!

What books do you feel are under-hyped/under-rated?

*Book Traveling Thursdays is a weekly meme created by Cátia @The Girl Who Read Too Much and Danielle @Danielle’s Book Blog. To Find out more/Join the Goodreads group, click HERE.

4 thoughts on “Book Traveling Thursday|Under-Hyped Book.

  1. Ohhh I bought this book years ago (mostly because of the cover and the title, I have that blue cover) but I only read about 40 pages or so. I need to pick it back up, I really want to read it but I guess I just wasn’t in a contemporary mood back then. I love that Czech cover 😀

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