Cover Review: White Bird in a Blizzard by Laura Kasischke

My recent Kobo purchase of White Bird in a Blizzard had me inspired to write this Cover Review. First of all, let me show you the cover…

This book interested me because of the story that lies inside of it, as most books do. The cover is not something amazing or drool-worthy, but sometimes you shouldn’t be too picky about the covers. Who am I kidding, I tear covers to shreds in my spare time (figuratively). This story seems one that may have a coming-of-age type feel to it, seeing as the feathers are scattered across the cover, symbolizing something shedding to grow into a new coat of feathers. Maybe it shows that the main character will go through something that will change her (and if you have read the synopsis you know that to be true). The house seems to be in the middle to the disaster of the feathers, and maybe that shows that is where all the problems originate, and that instead of ones home being a retreat from the real world, it is the epicentre of pain and struggle for the characters.

Anyway, I am super excited to read this book, especially because of the fact that the movie is coming out soon and Shailene Woodley is starring as the main character!

Anyway, keep designing your own catastrophe…



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