Buy Borrow Burn (4)

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Welcome to the Moonlight Library’s new original feature, Buy Borrow Burn.
It’s a fun game based on Snog Marry Avoid/Marry Kiss Kill.
If we had unlimited funds, which cover would be the one we’d buy*, borrow, or burn**?
*This is completely subjective and my favourite cover may not be yours.
**In no way do we wish to insult anyone and no, we wouldn’t actually ‘burn’ the book, this is completely hypothetical.

Let me know which book cover you’d Buy Borrow or Burn!


This week’s book covers:

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
by JK Rowling

Buy

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Bloomsbury ‘Adult’ edition

I really do love the adult covers, and I love the classy simplicity of the goblet – that blue fire sure is intriguing!

Borrow

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Scholastic 15th Anniversary Edition

I love it, I love the dragon and the arena and the egg and the diversity in the crowd. It’s perfect for a children’s collection, and I wouldn’t be ashamed at all if people saw me reading this in public. It’s just not quite got the understated classiness of the edition I’d prefer to buy.

Burn

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German edition

First of all, there’s two Harry Potters on the cover, which strains my brain. It looks like foreground Harry is taking a selfie. Also, they can’t get Rowling’s author name correct and call her Joanne (YES I KNOW IT IS HER REAL NAME BUT SHE IS JK TO ALL OF US OK?)

Which out of these three covers would you buy, borrow, or burn?

Nemo
Nemo

About Nemo

A lover of kittens and all things sparkly, Nemo has a degree in English Literature and specialises in reviewing contemporary, paranormal, mystery/thriller, historical, sci-fi and fantasy Young Adult fiction. She is especially drawn to novels about princesses, strong female friendships, magical powers, and assassins.

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2 thoughts on “Buy Borrow Burn (4)

  1. Karen

    I actually have the top one – so i bought it – I borrowed the second from a friend (my copy hadnt been delivered yet) and i would burn the last (symbolically speaking that is lol)

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