So what do you think? Do some covers tell a story? And which ones are your favorites?
This one for me is amazing just for the details as well as the otherwordly feel. A retro ship with cranes for unloading, people in the various portholes/ windows, as well as on the ground, not to mention the moon visible in the starry sky. I love all the windows that hint at multiple deck levels inside the ship.
This one has that otherwordly feel as well, with the moons in the background and the alien landscape. The retro style weapon and tech are kinda fun too, but for me the story here is...who are these people who are apparently stalking him?
Okay there's definitely a story here- dude is jumping for his life apparently. I love the retro futuristic city, the aircars and the guys chasing him- I want to know what's going on.
This cover has always appealed to me, and I don't even like the book that much. Something about two hooded figures in the desert, heading for a city or outpost amidst the wasteland.
This looks ominous, and I love the evocative title as well as the snow they're apparently trudging through and the moon (or is it Jupiter?) in the background.
This doesn't look good! I think it's a great cover though, and I get the sense there's a storm raging outside!
Why is she running, and from whom?
Two people on a bridge, with an asteroid approaching?
A beach party? This just feels like there's a story behind it.
Something about the sign and the smoke in the background gives this a certain vibe.
A living chess match?