This week the theme was a diverse book. This could be taken many ways. A novel could be diverse because it has a diverse cast of characters, has a main character that is of different ethnicity or race that what is common, or features a character or more in the LGBTQ+ area. There are a ton of areas that a novel could be diverse, but I picked a book I (kind of) recently read with a racially diverse character.
That book is....
Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon! This novel was a debut novel of 2015 and I absolutely adored it. Maddy, the main character, is racially diverse because she is Afro Asian and not your stereotypical white girl. To be quite honest, I don't remember the last time I have read a novel that had either an Asian or African American main character, let alone a combination of both. That definitely needs to change!
English Cover (pictured above)
|Modern Greek Cover|
Besides the original English cover, I completely love are all the covers that look similar to the original! Every edition has different illustrations, and it is so much fun to inspect them! Other than those three, I also like the Spanish version. The saying says, "Is it true that love changes everything?" The quote fits so well with the book and while it isn't my absolute favorite, I still really like it!
My least favorite definitely has to be the Czech edition of the book. It has a completely different feel than the other covers and I don't really see how this edition pertains AT ALL to the storyline. If I saw this cover next to the English one, or any others for that matter, I would think that they were two completely different books.
That's a wrap for today! What cover is your favorite? If you participated in this meme, don't be shy and leave your link down below. I'll be sure to check it out! :)
Thanks for stopping by and I'll see you soon with another post!
Genni @ Ready, Set, Read!