Many Covers Monday - The Hunt by Andrew Fukuda

Today we're looking at the many different covers of Andrew Fukuda's The Hunt. Some are rejackets and others are foreign language covers.


(UK/US) I really like the torn paper of the US cover but I don't understand the significance of it. The UK cover is my favourite of all the covers because it makes sense and even if it didn't it has a very attractive man on it so all would be forgiven, naturally.


(Greek/Spanish) More torn paper this time and oddly similar covers. I think both books have taken note of what the US cover has done and made their own version, which is common. I find the eye drawing thing pretty creepy though and I would honestly think that the Spanish cover was about two teenagers on the run across a beach from cannibals or something.


(UK/UK - I think) Hey, that guy on the Left looks familiar....


(French/German) The French cover somewhat makes sense apart from those lights but the German cover makes no sense at all. I'd think it was a ghost story or something. Covers are important guys, don't pick one out of a hat.


(Bulgarian/Spanish) 'Creepy shadow people walk into the sun'. Plus a story about hooded youths.

Which cover was your favourite? Did you feel they fit well with the book? Let me know in the comments!

Next week: Unwind by Neal Shusterman 

5 comments:

  1. It's amazing to see so many different covers for the same book. The US cover is probably my favourite.

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  2. Wow, that's a lot of covers for one book! The U.S. and the U.K.ones are my favorite :)

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  3. Ooh that's a lot of different covers. I guess I like the US top one best because I'm used to seeing it. I like the contrasting colors.
    I like this feature :)

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  4. I've got the top one on the right with the red smeared writing. It annoyed when our Aussie covers changed. The first two in the series match and now I have this weird looking third one. Great post though, I didn't realize it has this many different ones. Also, I've seen that La Gaza one used on a couple of other books too.

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  5. I like the first one best, with it's grey torn paper and brown scene inside look. I also like the 2 red ones that are 3 rows from the bottom.

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