Does a cover make you want to read a book?
January 25, 2017 9:43pm CST
I think everyone here must have heard the expression "Never judge a book by its cover.", right? But for you, does this expression make sense? Some time ago, this expression made sense to me because I missed the opportunity to read several great books because I didn't like the cover. This doesn't happen today, because a cover does not say much about any book. But I confess, that a well-made cover still draws my attention very much.
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26 Jan 17
Usually, I read the title and the summary on the backside first. That helps me a lot to decide if I choose one book or another one. But, there is also a proverb saying an image says more than one thousand words. A photo can tell us a lot about the content if it is well chosen.
26 Jan 17
Yes sometimes it does. Im a real bookworm and if the title of the book is interesting to me, I usually go by to actually reading the whole book. I'm not sure if we are talking about the same thing since it is the book title which is usually in the front cover of the book that I am talking about.