Its Autumn here in the Western part of the world, which means lot of colorful trees and leaves around, and the beginning of the chilly weather. I can’t say I really like the cold but it’s also a nice feeling to curl up in my blanket and drink up some hot coffee. And that’s why I’m here to talk about some beautiful looking book covers which have the autumn colors. But mind you, most of these books have nothing to do with the season.
This cover of The Unlikely Adventures of the Shergill Sisters is obviously showcasing the festival of Holi, but it also definitely has the fall color vibes and I think it’s beatiful.
The colors in You Asked for Perfect are definitely perfect to show us the beautiful beginning of this season.
Obviously the story of Priory is completely opposite of what we would expect from a book to read during Autumn, but I think this cover depicts the varying shades of yellow leaves that we find all around us these days perfectly.
Maybe all the colors of this cover of Good Talk don’t match the theme, but I think the orange definitely works.
The Unhoneymooners may work perfectly as a summer read, but these colors are definitely suitable for both seasons.
I may not have enjoyed The Lost Vintage a lot, but this cover is gorgeous and the color theme is quite reflective of this season.
The flowers in this cover of Things You Save in a Fire have all the perfect shades of this season and I think they look beautiful.
I completely adore this cover of The Forest of Enchantments and the varying colors of green, yellow and red perfectly show us the progression of this season.
Polite Society is another book where the flowers on the cover have a beautiful color combination that gives us a very autumnal feeling.
Bringing Down the Duke is as beautiful on the outside as it is inside, and I think it looks stunningly delightful.
Have you read any of these books? What did you think of them? What are some of your favorite book covers with fall colors? Let me all your thoughts in the comments below…