Cover Beach #2

Cover Beach is a brand new feature by Stephanie from Books Paradise. I love covers and I must confess that I usually buy my books by the cover. Yes, I know it isn't as right as rain. Cover Beach is also a post about covers I love (regardless of I would buy it), sometimes about the difference between German and English covers and something along those lines.

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An amazing cover. I like the color, it looks so exciting, hair-raising and sad-faced green. These cover is an easy one, but it is so telling - I must add it on my wishlist.

Autor:Gregg Olsen
Series:Empty Coffin #1
Genre:Mystery, Paranormal (YA)
PublicationDate:August 23rd 2011
Websites:Gregg Olsen | Goodreads

Blurb by goodreads:

Murder is such a dirty word…

New York Times bestselling adult true crime author Gregg Olsen makes his YA debut with EMPTY COFFIN, a gripping new fiction series for teens based on ripped-from-the-headlines stories…with a paranormal touch.

Crime lives--and dies--in the deceptively picture-perfect town of Port Gamble (aka “Empty Coffin”), Washington. Evil lurks and strange things happen--and 15-year-olds Hayley and Taylor Ryan secretly use their wits and their telepathic “twin-sense” to uncover the truth about the town's victims and culprits.

Envy, the series debut, involves the mysterious death of the twins' old friend, Katelyn. Was it murder? Suicide? An accident? Hayley and Taylor are determined to find out--and as they investigate, they stumble upon a dark truth that is far more disturbing than they ever could have imagined.

Based on the shocking true crime about cyber-bullying, Envy will take you to the edge--and push you right over.


This time I also want to show the difference between an English (original) and the German version of "Before I fall" by Lauren Oliver. I don't like the German Cover and I do not like the German title. It corresponds approximately: 'People say, when you die, your life flashes before your eyes.' In my opinion the the German publisher would have use the original title (translated into German).


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