Now, a book designer needs to create stunning covers and interiors, but they also need to ensure that the jackets (including spines) seem continuous from book to book within a series. Lizzy Bromley achieved the "stunning" part of the job, but to me, the continuousness is lost. Sure, the geometric shapes are still there, and the font's still the same. But:
- the lighting is totally different. Whereas Fever's lighting comes from the background, Wither's lighting is from behind the camera, facing the dark blue setting.
- the models look almost entirely different. As far as I know, it's the same girl, but what with the hairstyle change and pink tinge on Fever, the look has very much deviated.
- does the girl on Fever's cover look like she's running away?! I could accept a passive position on Wither because for most of the novel Rhine doesn't do anything. But for a runaway to be slumped on the floor? *is baffled*