Hungarian vs. UK/US covers #3

Hi folks!

It’s been a while since I had a post like this up. You can read the first one here and the second one here. I was planning on posting one sooner but I didn’t find enough covers so I had to gather up some before posting. So, without further do, let’s see the book covers!

Muse of Nightmares by Laini Taylor

  • I actually have covered Strange the Dreamer in my previous post and the second book is getting published in Hungarian too and of course, just like with the first book it got a new cover. I can’t say I’m a fan but I like this one better than the first book’s cover.

Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire

  • What I came to realise that this Hungarian publisher, Fumax, publishes the books with very similar covers to the original ones. You might not even notice it right away. I actually really like that, because that way it keeps the original vibes but still become their own.

This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab

  • To prove my further point with the books Fumax publishes in Hungary I brought you this book. You can see the Hungarian version is pretty similar to the US one but it is actually quite different.

The ​Library at Mount Char by Scott Hawkins

  • I actually won this book at the beginning of this year. I have not heard of it and probably wouldn’t have looked into it if I didn’t know the Hungarian publisher probably changed the cover. Which they did. Again, this was published here by Fumax.

The Enchanted by Rene Denfeld

  • To stay on the Fumax train, the last book on this list is one that I’ve seen many times around at book festivals at Fumax’s booth. Again, it kept the original vibes but it still stands on its own.

So these were all the books I had for this post. Hope you all enjoyed it. Which one do you like the most? Would you actually prefer some of the Hungarian covers over the US/UK ones?

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