I think BEAUTIFUL CHAOS goes well with the others. Not a huge fan of the gold, but I don't hate it. THE PLEDGE is pretty and I want it now. NOW.
I think the original cover of DIE FOR ME (in the boat) was really pretty, but this one is nice too. I like the red, but I liked that the last one was a little more different. How many girls' backs do we need on covers? But it's pretty and I can't wait to read.
CROSSED blows my mind. I can't stop looking at it. Just look at it next to MATCHED and that alone tells a story. Love it!
SHUT OUT sounds like an interesting story. All of Kody's cover have this air about them. LOLA AND THE BOY NEXT DOOR! *squeal* I can't wait. It's so real now that it has a cover! I love everything about this: her purple hair, the almost touching but not really, the shirt the boy is wearing--very next door cute boy. The window they're framed in. LOVE LOVE. LOVE.
VANISH isn't as eye-catching as FIRELIGHT but I like it. Didn't her hair change colors? I thought it was red in the last cover. *Shrugs* The final cover of THE NEAR WITCH, which is even more gorgeous with the swirlies, which I'm saying represent the wind. Love this cover and this book!
I guess Penguin re-vamped the Nightshade covers. From this:
NIGHTSHADE hardcover/ WOLFSBANE what-they-showed-us cover.
I guess the NIGHSHADE cover is the paperback and the WOLFSBANE cover is the hardback and paperback. If that's wrong someone correct me. Cremer said on her blog that the overall response was that the old covers "didn't convey enough about the story so that's the idea behind the new covers." Some bloggers have yelled about hating them, said they looked like bad jobs, but I think they capture the story perfectly. Now, you know exactly what you're getting when you look at the book.
That's all I have. What do you guys think?