Thoughtful Thursday: Identify last month’s covers

Today’s covers all come from books we reviewed in March 2013. Once you identify a book cover, in the comment section list:
1. The number of the cover (1-16)
2. The author
3. The book title


Please identify just one cover that has not yet been identified correctly so that others will have a chance to play. If they’re not all identified by next Thursday, you can come back and identify more. Each of your correct entries enters you into a drawing to win a book of your choice from our stacks.

Winners are notified in the comments, so make sure to check the notification box or remember to check back in about 10 days.

Good Luck!

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JOHN HULET (on FanLit's staff July 2007 -- March 2015) is a member of the Utah Army National Guard. John’s experiences have often left a great void that has been filled by countless hours spent between the pages of a book lost in the words and images of the authors he admires. During a 12 month tour of Iraq, he spent well over $1000 on books and found sanity in the process. John lives in Utah and works slavishly to prepare soldiers to serve their country with the honor and distinction that Sturm Brightblade or Arithon s’Ffalenn would be proud of. John retired from FanLit in March 2015 after being with us for nearly 8 years.

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  1. sandyg265 /

    I think #3 is The Golem and the Jinni by Helene Wecker

  2. Alan Braeley /

    #10 is The Broken Ones by Stephen M. Irwin

  3. Travis /

    #4 King of Thorns by Mark Lawrence

  4. 1. Guy Gavriel Kay, River of Stars

  5. #16 is Quintessence by David Walton

  6. Melanie Goldmund /

    #12 is The Cats of Tanglewood Forest, by Charles de Lint.

  7. RedEyedGhost /

    #9 is An Inquiry into Love and Death by Simone St. James

  8. Yes! 7 down, 9 to go!

  9. #8 Neil Gaiman-Death,The Deluxe Edition

  10. April /

    I believe #11 is Artemis Fowl, The Arctic Incident by Eoin Colfer.

  11. Melanie Goldmund /

    #13 is Monster Hunter International, by Larry Correia.

  12. #2–Use of Weapons by Iain M. Banks

  13. Melanie Goldmund /

    #7 is The Suburban Strange, by Nathan Kotecki.

  14. #6 – Adiamante by L.E. Modesitt Jr

  15. Alan Braeley, congratulations! If you live in the USA, you win a book of your choice from our stacks.
    Please contact me (Marion) with your choice and a US address. Happy reading!

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