Name That Book the Fifth: Answers!

Well, well, congratulations to all who played!  No misidentified titles or covers this time, which either means my drawings are more accurate or you're more used to my artistic idiosyncrasies!  The most unidentified cover was #3, and I'm not sure if it's because it wasn't that hyped and/or it was a terrible book and/or maybe my ):< expression for the girl on the cover threw people off.

Here are the answers.  See how well you did!

The Raven Boys (The Raven Cycle, #1)

1. The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater

Something Strange and Deadly (Something Strange and Deadly, #1)

2. Something Strange and Deadly by Susan Dennard

Daughter of the Centaurs (Centauriad, #1)

3. Daughter of the Centaurs by Kate Klimo

Plain Kate

4. Plain Kate by Erin Bow

Grave Mercy (His Fair Assassin, #1)

5. Grave Mercy by R. L. LaFevers

So how did you do in this round of Name That Book?  I kind of liked drawing stick figures for that one round, so maybe I'll do that again next time.

I need some book recs!  Got any scifi, fantasy, or dystopian titles for the Alz?


Yahong Chi said...

I always love to see your Name That Books, so please do draw more! :D As for good sci-fi, dystopian & fantasy... have you read Alaya Dawn Johnson's The Summer Prince yet? I think Krispy could convey my amount of flailing over that one for you, hehe. Have you heard of James A. Owen's series Imaginarium Geographica? It's a very ambitious fantasy series that has its issues, but is wonderfully mindspinning all the same (though it might be too illogical for you? I'm not sure :P).

Don't know how you feel about graphic novels, but I picked up one volume of the graphic anthology series Flight (led by Kazu Kabuishi, creator of the Amulet graphic novel series) and was blown away. Definitely some fantasy, sci-fi and dystopian settings in those potent stories.

linda said...

i don't think #3 is that popular... i haven't seen it on other blogs, so i'm not surprised people had no idea what it was, haha.