Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Books with Red, White, and Blue Covers

Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl

CJ's Selections

Extra challenge: books that are red, white, AND blue at the same time. I can't think of any but there have gotta be some.  
1.Caraval / Stephanie Garber - One of my favorite books, and the UK paperback cover actually hits all three parts of the American flag on its spine. (I lied, I thought of one.)

2.The Dream Thieves / Maggie Stiefvater - Another favorite that hits the right color palette. This is book 2 in the Raven Cycle, and probably my favorite due to the inclusion of a certain Mr Kavinsky who drives fast cars and blows shit up. As with Caraval, the spine is where the red/white/blue really pops.

3.This Mortal Coil / Emily Suveda - Don't sleep on this book, as the kids say. Seriously. That bright red burst cover is the gateway to a near-future world where genetic engineering has gone viral. Literally. One genius girl stands between humanity and an explosive super-germ.

4.An Unkindness of Magicians / Kat Howard - I haven't read this one yet, but the blurb and the Gaiman endorsement were pretty much all I needed to TBR it. NYC run by magic? A girl trying to destroy it? Squee! Plus, look at that gorgeous white-white cover.

5.A Curse So Dark and Lonely / Brigid Kemmerer - I freaking loved her hate-to-love unknown identity romance Letters to the Lost, so I'm eager to see about her foray into fantasy. Modern day Beauty and the Beast with dual POVs, and a stormy blue cover that I love to ogle.

Whitley's Selections

So awkward having five slots for three colors. Oh well, let's do this! (I feel bad for not having more to say about these books, most were cover buys that I haven't read yet.)
1.A Tyranny of Petticoats / Jessica Spotswood et al

2.The Hate U Give / Angie Thomas

3.Outrun the Moon / Stacey Lee

4.Zero Day / Jan Gangsei

5.The Surface Breaks / Louise O'Neill

Your turn! What awesome book covers match your country's colors?