The Night Strangers — the cover

Can you judge a book by a cover? Do covers even matter in our increasingly digital world?

I hope covers always will count.  And I do like the ones that Random House has created for my books over the years.

Behold a preview of the cover of my next novel, THE NIGHT STRANGERS.  It arrives in bookstores, libraries, and on digital readers on October 4.  To preorder the novel — “Be the first on your block!” — click here.

Stay tuned!

Chris Bohjalian

Chris Bohjalian is the author of nineteen books, including his forthcoming novel, The Sleepwalker. His other novels include the New York Times bestsellers Midwives, The Sandcastle Girls, The Guest Room, and The Double Bind.

4 thoughts on “The Night Strangers — the cover

  1. Bethany says:

    OOOOHHHH, a new book! I can’t wait! As a artist/designer, I HOPE covers still matter. Because people (like me) still love the feel of the pages in their hands, I do think that book covers have a more promising future than album covers (which I also love). I do have to say though, I am the type that does take the dust jacket off the book WHILE I am reading it because I find them to get in the way.

  2. Susan says:

    The book cover gets me, the book cover has to be intriguing, then I open the book flap to read the synopsis. I always wondered the process of the covers picked. I always wonder if I am the only one that picks” books by it’s cover”. What do readers pick, the cover or story?

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