Cover Characteristics - Balconies

It's been a hectic week. I've been away from my computer and I am only online for an hour or so. Mainly just to catch up on all the posts AND to quickly do Cover Characteristics!

Cover Characteristics is a weekly meme hosted by Sugar and Snark. Every week they give us these gorgeous themes and then you have to pick 5 covers featuring that theme. If you want to participate: 
  • Pick your covers 
  • Post it to your blog
  • Share your post's URL in the linky provided by Sugar and Snark
  • Go and check out the other guys who also posted! (This might influence your current TBR list a great deal.) 

This week's theme is balconies. I could think of a couple of books where balconies played a big part, but alas - all the action doesn't happen on the covers you know. So you might have to use your imagination for a few... 


The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith She fell from the balcony. 

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Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare The most famous balcony scene in forever.


And then there were none  and The Mousetrap both by the Queen of books with houses-that-should-all-have-balconies, Agatha Christie. (A balcony is always a good murder setting. Therefore, all Agatha Christie's books should have balconies in)


The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon This is one of my favorite books ever. I guess it makes this one my favorite cover. (Where's the balcony? It's Barcelona for goodness sake!! They're everywhere...) 

Wishing you all a lovely weekend! 


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