Book Traveling Thursday (#32)|Classics In The Future

Hey everyone! This is my first weekly meme in weeks! I’m so sorry for going MIA. Hopefully I’ll be able to schedule posts and get some amazing things out to you again. Book Traveling Thursday is a weekly meme hosted by the amazing Catia @ The Girl Who Reads Too Much and Danielle @ Danielle’s Book Blog. Go check their amazing bookish blogs out 🙂 To find out more information, future themes and more, go visit the meme’s Goodreads group here. This week’s theme is:

Choose a book that you think it should be a classic in a few years.

I’ve done so many books already that definitely should be classics. I’m going to do The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. I haven’t read this book and know it’s probably already a classic. I couldn’t think of any potential classics that I hadn’t done. Enjoy the covers and ignore the theme 🙂

Original Cover/Cover From My Country (US):

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Favorite Cover(s):

De belevenissen van een muurbloemDutch

Saksı Olmanın FaydalarıTurkish

Elämäni seinäruusunaFinnish


My favorite cover out of these is the Finnish cover because it’s simple but leaves a lot of mystery. You really have no idea what the book will be about based on the cover.

Least Favorite Cover(s):

Fordelene ved at være en bænkevarmerDanish

Las ventajas de ser un marginadoSpanish

Pas raccordFrench

Vielleicht lieber morgenGerman

My least favorite out of these is the German one. Again, I haven’t read the book but what the heck Germany?!

That’s a wrap! Do you recommend this book if you’ve read it? What is your favorite and least favorite covers? Let me know!

Thanks for sticking around while I’m figuring out how to balance life and stay tuned for more!

~Makayla the Bookworm 😀


8 thoughts on “Book Traveling Thursday (#32)|Classics In The Future

  1. Jackie B @ Death by Tsundoku says:

    I really adore this book! (You can find my review here: — I actually have an alternate US cover on my blog, which I think is my favorite. I’m not a huge fan of that bright yellow-green one above. :-\
    Wow, these covers are so diverse… My favorite cover you posted is certainly the Finnish one, too! I love how lonely it feels. And believe it or not, I like the Danish one too!

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    • Random Reads says:

      I’ll definitely have to check out your review! I’ll have to check out that alternate one as well. I try to be as diverse as possible! The Finnish one is amazing 🙂 I personally think the Danish one is bad because of how the writing is.

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      • Jackie B @ Death by Tsundoku says:

        Ahh- the font bothers you? I can see that, I guess. I like how it implies a lack of control, unlike a number of the other book covers. That’s a critical component of the book that often unrecognized by those who haven’t read it. But! To each their own.

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