Do judge these books by their covers.
"War and Peace" = "Pretend You Have Read This Book To Impress Your Friends."
Not a crime or a punishment among them. From the Vintage Classics Russians series.
The illustrated adult humor book, published in September, came under fire recently after a blog post on Book Riot called out its offensive imagery.
Please DO judge a book by its cover.
An ocean of difference.
Literary is the new black.
The Fault in Our Staryus. Thanks to #PokemonABook on Twitter.
Harry Potter, Хари Потър, 哈利·波特, Dječak koji je preživio, který přežil, Χάρι Πότερ, הארי פוטר, ハリー・ポッター, 해리 포터, Haris Poteris, Гарри Поттер
Colourful classics from Bulgakov, Kafka, Woolf, and more, via Pocket Penguins.
♫ The story of my life ♫
The Originals celebrates brilliant books for young adults, from The Outsiders to The Wave. Update: six more covers!
The Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close author's first novel in a decade.
Cover art, or cover artificial?
Don't let the alternative covers trip you up!
"Lookbook" just got a whole new meaning.
Harry Potter and the Fault in Our Scars. Thanks to #NewHarryPotterBooks on Twitter.
Are You There 6 God? It's Me, Aubrey.
Follow, read, enjoy.
Incredible book covers are coming. Warning: Potential spoilers.
An exclusive look at the cover of Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights, which will hit shelves September 2015.
"Always." —J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
How well do you remember your childhood?
It's harder than you think.
The Adventures of HuckleBieber Finn.
The world is not quiet here.
Lemony Snicket just got real.
Unleash your inner J.K. Growling.
Great sexpectations. Thanks to #PornBooks on Twitter.
Stereotypically African orange skies and Acacia trees are hiding rich and varied stories. Don't judge these books by their covers.
The evolution of the classics, from first edition to current.
Eat, Pray, Love? More like Sleep, Sleep, Sleep, am I right?
Book plots, as told by someone who has never read the book.
"I entered as a wrecking ball might."
Even classics get trashed.
Imagine if Rust and Marty solved crimes like the Hardy Boys? Well DON'T because Todd Spence imagined it for you. Via break.com.
You really don't want these classics on your bookshelf.
Here's a reminder of things your Kindle will never, ever do.
Stoneybrook's finest, ranked from worst to best. Claudia Kishi forever.
Plus a man eating a wheel of brie on his subway commute, the amazing story behind surprise pop stars Ylvis, and Nic Cage gets named the greatest actor in the world.
The rubbishness, it burns.
Because every great work of literature could use a little more Franco.
If you were a model for one of these books from the '70s or '80s...I'm sorry for you.
Plus a 19-year-old Lena Dunham's letter to a sex columnist, 15 gloriously cheesy Breaking Bad knock-knock jokes, and a new problem called SLEEP TEXTING.
A new book, Lolita: The Story Of A Cover Girl, reimagines the cover of Vladimir Nabokov's classic novel. Heart-shaped sunglasses not included.