Friday, April 20, 2012

Coveresque feat. Amy & Roger's Epic Detour by Morgan Matson (UK vs.Dutch vs.German)

AMY & ROGER'S EPIC DETOUR is one of my favourite summer reads and one story that deserves a colorful, beautiful and bright cover. Here are the UK, Dutch and German cover. The German cover is similar to the US cover which is definitely my favourite. The only difference are font and title. The Dutch cover features the road motive, too like the German/ US cover. Really fitting. What I don't like about the Dutch cover are the font and that they apparently changed Roger's name to Jake. I think the title says "My trip with Jake". Why change it? Roger is such a cute name for an awesome guy. The UK cover is a different style. It's lovely that they picked some significant elements of Amy and Roger's trip to put on the cover.

Which do you like best?
Other covers: US, Swedish


  1. I am OBSESSED with that UK cover, I think it's SO gorgeous. I love the style of it, and the fact that it's relevant to the book makes it even cooler. I really want to get my hands on a copy at some point, even though I already own the North American hardcover.

  2. The UK cover is so so so beautiful!! I like it much more than all the other covers...although the US cover is probably my 2nd favorite :D

  3. I like the UK one best! it's so bright and colourful and it just looks like so much fun! I bought it last year for summer but I never got a chance to read it - but I will this year, I hope :)

  4. I love the pink in the UK cover, but the best is definitely the US. I really like the font, the warm colors, the road... <3

  5. I agree with the other above, the UK one is the best! It looks like crazy fun and that's what a road trip should be.
    Plus I adore the backside (errrm, not pictured here) which is a post card^^

  6. I always prefer covers with photos of people rather than painted "things" so that's a con for the UK version for me.
    I also love the warm colors of the US version as opposed to the cooler ones of the Swedish cover (displayed further down).