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Pinterest + Images = Book Cover Love (Foreign Settings)

I recently read Anna and the French Kiss for the first time ever. (Stop gasping!) Of course, I fell head-over-heels in love with the setting. As I thought about that, I realized that many of the books I adore have foreign settings. Naturally, that lead me to look for images on Pinterest... and viola. This week's topic: foreign settings.

I would snap these books up in a heart beat...

can you tell i love balloons?
I adore this picture.

foreign setting

book with a foreign setting
Runner up.

fantastic photo of London.

What do you think? Any of these look like awesome book covers? (You know you love the first one.) Did you find any images that would make great book covers?

Next Week: Mythology

Comments

  1. Oh my lord, I love that first picture!

    ~Ashley Prince @ The Bibliophile's Corner

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  2. I haven't read Anna and the French Kiss yet either! I even got it from the library but just didn't have the time to fit it in. It's high on my list, though. I also adore that first picture!!!

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  3. For some reason this post popped up again in my google reader so it must mean I *have* to read Anna and the French Kiss. I've been looking for a good light read anyway. Another one for the library list today.

    Love the first picture too :) I got a chance to meet a European friend in Paris a couple of years ago and now my girls think that a girls' trip to Paris to sample all the pastry shops is a must someday!

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  4. Oh, I think that trip is a must too! lol

    That first picture is so awesome! I want to frame it in my house. =) and yes, you need to read Anna and the French Kiss. It's so cute.

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