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A black background with a faint image of a string is a good idea for the book cover, but I don't think that the font and the colors of the text go with it very well. What are your thoughts about the book cover? 
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I think the dark theme suits the topic perfectly and the crooked needle is a spot-on indicator of what is discussed within the book. The font can use a bit of modification though to be more eye-catching.
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I think the cover is appropriate for the non-fiction book explaining advantages and disadvantages of the COVID vaccine.
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Omneya Shakeep wrote: 27 Apr 2024, 03:11 I think the dark theme suits the topic perfectly and the crooked needle is a spot-on indicator of what is discussed within the book. The font can use a bit of modification though to be more eye-catching.
I totally agree. The crooked needle symbolizes the title of the book, since the book is about the evidence AGAINST the covid vaccine. I have read other books about the covid pandemic and I think this would be an interesting book to read.
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I think the background color and needle are appropriate for the theme of the book. Maybe because the title and the subtitles are long, it feels like the needle not given the vibe it should give to the cover.
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I'm usually one who likes lots of colors in covers, bright or intricate patterns. Yet there is something ominous about this cover that I think pairs very well with the topic at hand. Grain and dark, the main focus being the broken syringe.
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The cover doesn’t draw me to read the book. It’s only one step up from a title page of a journal article. However, it does show me that it is serious and takes its point of view / research seriously.
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Looked very much like a journal to me. Though I love books with dark covers, this one didn't attract my attention much
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A nice dark cover. Looks appealing to me.
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The cover, in my opinion, is fitting for the nonfiction book outlining the benefits and drawbacks of the COVID vaccine.
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I think the cover is great, that is merely looking at the dark color and all that. But then I will have to finish the book to enable me to make more sense of the details that went into the book cover. So for me, it's not looking bad, so to say.
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Most times, I'm moved by fancy book cover but this particular book cover has a way it tricked me to liking it. Hence, it's great and I love it.
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Leona Rodrigues wrote: 26 Apr 2024, 15:34 A black background with a faint image of a string is a good idea for the book cover, but I don't think that the font and the colors of the text go with it very well. What are your thoughts about the book cover? 
Perhaps it's better with red font color and a more prominent font, right? I like the black background. However, maybe the text could be changed to be more engaging?
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Omneya Shakeep wrote: 27 Apr 2024, 03:11 I think the dark theme suits the topic perfectly and the crooked needle is a spot-on indicator of what is discussed within the book. The font can use a bit of modification though to be more eye-catching.
I agree with you. The black color suits the theme of this book perfectly, as it deals with controversial topics that not everyone may accept.
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Naushin Moledina wrote: 27 Apr 2024, 03:18 I think the cover is appropriate for the non-fiction book explaining advantages and disadvantages of the COVID vaccine.
Couldn't agree more. For non-fiction books, I think the choice of color and font is already quite fitting, although there may need to be some changes to the font.
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