The Iron King’s German Look

by Amy Wilkins, Harlequin Digital

A few weeks ago, author Julie Kagawa unveiled the German cover of her Harlequin Teen book The Iron King (book 1 of the Iron Fey series) on her blog. The German edition will be released in March 2011 as Plötzlich Fee – Sommernacht from Random House.

As you can see, the German look is very different from the original cover! Here’s the German cover art on the left, with the Harlequin Teen cover underneath:

What do you think, readers? Do you like this edgy German look or prefer the North American version?

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6 Responses to The Iron King’s German Look

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  2. For once I actually prefer the German cover. Love the edgy look and the colours.

  3. Both covers are very good but I do like the German one better – more eye catching and I would be more apt to pick that one up for a closer look.

  4. Usually I prefer the American covers, but the German cover really snagged me on this one.

  5. It’s not often that I think the international covers are better, but I really like the German cover. The US is nice and it’s very obviously a YA book but I love the edgy look on the German cover.

  6. Linda Jones

    Love the German cover. It is unique in a sea of look-alike covers here in the US. I would read it just by looking at the cover.