Saturday, May 12, 2012

Shelf Candy Saturday! (28)

Happy Saturday and welcome to another Shelf Candy!

Thank to
Five Alarm Book Reviews for hosting!

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Now onto the Shelf Candy!
My Shelf Candy for this Saturday is:

The Winter Sea by Susanna Kearsley
can be found

I love this cover. The beautiful texture of the water as the backdrop. The auburn flaming hair behind the white uppercase title. The old fashioned W in the title.
And the model is dressed in this soft white, overlooking the sea.
Gorgeous, gentle and beautiful, I hope the cover reflects everything this novel has inside!

I have the book but haven't read it yet. I picked it up specifically because of the cover. And bought it because of the synopsis.

What do you think?


  1. That is a beautiful cover! I love the fiery red hair!

  2. Interesting cover. I like that the girl on it seems to be gazing at the water and I definitely like the old, torn paper quality of the cover. It's very cool. It kind of reminds me of a scroll. :)

  3. There seem to be a lot of covers with that fiery hair. I love it! Fury is one of my favorites. This one is more mysterious. Looking out at the deep blue seems to be so fitting. Thanks for sharing it.

  4. Oh I like this one. Really eerie feel to it. I like how the girl is out of focus and the color scheme of the background. my scs

  5. What a lovely cover!! I wish I had hair like's just luscious!! You're so right about the hair contrasting with the peaceful sea...I would buy this myself, just for this cover. This is a lovely pick, and I LOVE it!! Thanks for sharing!! Now on to Goodreads!! : )

  6. i just saw this cover somewhere recently and thought it looked really cool. yes, very nice.

  7. It's so blurry yet you can definitely see that it is a girl with red hair. This is such a unique cover. I would probably pick it up just from the cover alone too.
    @Harley Bear Book Blog

  8. It's all about the hair! It's beautiful. And I love how it is out of focus. Yes, I would pick this one up at the bookstore!