Twinning Book Cover Challenge

Today’s post comes later in the day than usual because school is already impacting the rest of my life again this semester. Which, of course, it its prerogative.

I first saw this post over at Budget Tales Book Blog and it looked so fun that I decided to do it, too! This tag appears to originate on Instagram, and I haven’t been tagged but hope that no one minds my jumping in anyways. The challenge is to share book covers that look alike. It seems like I have come across several of these recently, so we’ll see if I can remember which books they were.

Book Cover Twinning Challenge

Afterworlds (Afterworlds #1)

Title: Afterworlds

Author: Scott Westerfeld

The Dress Shop of Dreams

Title: The Dress Shop of Dreams

Author: Menna van Praag

Rilla of Ingleside (Anne of Green Gables, #8)

Title: Rilla of Ingleside

Author: L.M. Montgomery

These Broken Stars (Starbound, #1)

Title: These Broken Stars

Author: Amie Kaufman

Reaching for the Moon: The Autobiography of NASA Mathematician Katherine Johnson

Title: Reaching for the Moon: The Autobiography of NASA Mathematician Katherine Johnson

Author: Katherine Johnson

The Bridge

Title: The Bridge

Author: Karen Kingsbury

Firstlife (Everlife, #1)

Title: First Life

Author: Gena Showalter

The Paris Dressmaker

Title: The Paris Dressmaker

Author: Kristy Cambron

Abide in Love (Cliff Walk Cousins, #2)

Title: Abide in Love

Author: Cecily K. Wolfe

United (Alienated, #3)

Title: United

Author: Melissa Landers

Reaching for the Moon

Title: Reaching for the Moon

Author: Buzz Aldrin

The Christmas Bookshop

Title: The Christmas Bookshop

Author: Jenny Colgan

I couldn’t resist throwing in the two books with the same title, Reaching for the Moon. I came across those earlier this week while looking something up for a patron, and I’ve been chuckling over it ever since. Despite the similar(ish) life path, I did not expect two biographies published within the same generation to use the same title.

I tag anyone who has read any of these books or whoever wants to participate in this tag. This was fun; I may do it again sometime! I can still think of a few more cover images that I know I saw on more than one book, but I can’t think of both books at the moment.

Until the next chapter,


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