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Cover Look Alikes

So the new paperback cover of Prophecy of the Sisters has been released and I really love the cover.

Looking at the cover, I really think the girl on the left looks like Quinn from Glee! Anyone else see it or am I going crazy?

The look alike doesn't translate as much on the cover for Guardian of the Gate though.



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  1. Hmmm... I don't really see it.

    I kind of prefer the hardcover in this case, too.

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  2. Wait, does this mean my series books aren't going to match? Nooo.

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  3. I totally see it in the paperback for "Prophecy of the Sisters!" You're right, though, she doesn't look the same on the next cover...I think because you can see more of her hair on that one.

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  4. She does look like Quinn from "Glee," which is the best show in the world.

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  5. La Coccinelle-I like both the HC and PB which is very odd-I don't normally like both!

    Lauren-Yep, they're changing them halfway through-I hate when they don't match.

    Sam-Isn't it a cool cover?

    Jessica-I'm glad you see it too! I think you're right about the second cover-the hair makes her not look like Quinn.

    Atypical Girl-Glee is the greatest show ever-I can't wait for it to come back!!

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  6. I love Glee and I am hoping it will be around for awhile. I think the girl on the cover looks a little like Quinn in profile but it wasn't as obvious to me.

    I actually prever the hardcover for Prophecy of the Sisters. It looks nice and creepy. I haven't read it.

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  7. She does look like Quinn.

    And while these covers are gorgeous, now my series won't match! I hate it when that happens.

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  8. I can see it for the first book, not really for the second.

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  9. I like this cover so much better than the hardcover one. I may be in the minority, but I never liked that cover.

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  10. I definitely see the comparison...

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