Let’s Take a Poll! Vote For Your Favorite Sci-Fi Book Cover of 2015

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This post is part of Sci-Fi Month, hosted by Rinn Reads and Over the Effing Rainbow. Check out their links to read more Sci-Fi Month posts!

It has been ages since I threw a poll up here on the blog, so let’s have a little fun today, OK? I went back through my shelves on Goodreads and picked some of my favorite science fiction covers of 2015. Some of these I’ve read, and others I haven’t read—yet. You can check them out below, and then vote on your favorite! Obviously, there are a ton of fantastic covers, and I’m sure I missed some of your favorites. Don’t see yours on the list? Well, you can add it on. This is a “just for fun” poll. I don’t have any awards to hand out, but I’m a sucker for a graphically beautiful cover, so today we’re celebrating just that. Here are some of my favorites. Don’t forget to vote below, and let me know in the comments the reason for your vote!

Armada

Barsk

Cash Crash Jubilee

Empire Ascendant

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Futuristic violence

Illuminae

Love in the Age

Our Lady

Persona

Radiance

The rising

Time Salvager

undertow

zero world

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Posted November 24, 2015 by Tammy in Poll / 13 Comments

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13 responses to “Let’s Take a Poll! Vote For Your Favorite Sci-Fi Book Cover of 2015

  1. Marian Parsons

    I don’t have much artistic sense, so I had to go with what amused me. It isn’t out until January, but Matt Wallace’s “Lust Locked” makes me grin every time I see it.

  2. Alyc

    I was a bit disappointed not to see Marie Brennan’s Voyage of the Basilisk here. Her covers (by Todd Lockwood) for the Memoirs of Lady Trent series are among the best out there, and this one is my personal favorite. Hell, the whole book (wraparound cover, heavy weigh paper, interior illustrations intended to be scientific sketches by the memoirist, and shaded ink) is a beautiful physical object.