The final book in Marie Rutkoski’s The Winner’s Trilogy — The Winner’s Kiss — hits shelves March 1, 2016, and for some reason unbeknownst to everyone on the internet, the series has received a redesign.
A terrible, terrible redesign.
Which versions do you prefer — the original covers you’ve come to know and love (top) or the recently announced redesigns (bottom)?
Continue reading for the synopsis of the first book in the series — The Winner’s Curse — and vote for which covers you think are superior below!
UPDATE! After much thought by the publishers (read: listening to all the complaining), The Winner’s Trilogy will retain the original design for its hardcovers and only feature the re-design on the paperback editions.
Good work internet!
Winning what you want may cost you everything you love.
They were never meant to be together. As a general’s daughter, seventeen-year-old Kestrel enjoys an extravagant and privileged life. Arin has nothing but the clothes on his back. Then Kestrel makes an impulsive decision that binds Arin to her. Though they try to fight it, they can’t help but fall in love. In order to be together, they must betray their people . . . but to be loyal to their country, they must betray each other.Set in a new world, The Winner’s Curse is a story of rebellion, duels, ballroom dances, wicked rumors, dirty secrets, and games where everything is at stake, and the gamble is whether you will keep your head or lose your heart.