Thursday, February 1, 2018

Cover Love- The Last Girl on Earth by Alexandra Blogier

Welcome to Cover Love Thursday where I show you book covers that stood up and grabbed my attention. This is not a review of the book, just the outstanding cover. Today's pick is a new YA from Delacorte Press, The Last Girl on Earth by Alexandra Blogier.


Jacket design by Mallory Grigg
Galaxy- Robert Gendler- Getty Images
Sea- Jen Mayer- Getty Images
Silhouette- Ostill- Getty Images

I just love this cover. It screams loneliness and science fiction. The solo girl, the vast pink universe behind her, and the blue sea before her like she's at the end of the world. The colors are beautiful, complimenting each other and dividing the cover almost directly in half. The font is bold, very reflective of a sci-fi theme. The stars glitter in the background showing the vastness, yet emptiness of space, probably relating to how the girl feels all alone. I'm very intrigued, plus the little blurb at the top, "They thought they had destroyed humanity. They were wrong." Wow! Who are they? What happened? And why is this girl all alone? I'd pick this book up and check the synopsis right away! What about you? What do you think?

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