10 Books with Night-time on the Cover

Because yes, indeed, it is only today that I realized that it’s a terribly common, and terribly pretty, theme for a book cover.

I especially love it when there’s a giant full moon behind the character, just like in The Screaming Staircase.

Yes indeed, that is what I believe to be the cutest Husky in the world. His name is Slush. HE is the main Library Monster here.

The books featured are

  1. Seraphina by Rachel Hartman
  2. The Infinite Sea by Rick Yancey
  3. Les Mystères de la Forêt by Erin Hunter
  4. Allegiant by Veronica Roth
  5. The Screaming Staircase by Jonathan Stroud
  6. The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
  7. Seraphina and the Black Cloak by Robert Beatty
  8. Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel
  9. The Titan’s Curse by Rick Riordan
  10. A Torch Against the Night by Sabaa Tahir

Cover on the featured image: The Slow Regard of Silent Things by Patrick Rothfuss
It’s a shame that you can’t see the cover of Les Mystères de la forêt because I really love that cover, I think it’s the one that describes most the subtlety and silence of the night. Here, take a look anyway x)

Look at those stones, the light reflecting on the water, the silence conveyed by cats’ paws lightly pressing on the stone, the cats chosen with a black pelt on purpose, this cover is more than it seems and I love it

To be clear, this book is my french edition of book 3 of the Warrior Cats series, which is one I’ve been obsessed about most of my life ❤ No shame whatsoever, those books kept me reading literally all night. I binge read them as the sun rose and the birds started singing, and that memory is one of my favorite reading memories !

What are your favorite covers with night time as the theme ? Which is your favorite time of the day to feature on a book cover ? Let me know in the comments section !

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