5 eBooks with a Flower on the Cover

“If you look the right way, you can see that the whole world is a garden.”– Frances Hodgson Burnett

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Hello, dearies!

Welcome to the blog once again. It’s been a while since I made a book list, so I went with a flower or flowers theme because I thought that May deserved it, to be honest, it is more a nature theme.

These books with a flower (nature) on the cover are either on my TBR or are new to me, and I thought you might like to check them out. They are also available in paperback if you’d like to get them.

Let’s get started.

Books with a Flower on the Cover

Alice Knott

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By Blake Butler

A hypnotic, wildly inventive novel about art, violence, and endurance.

Much of her fortune has been spent on a world-class collection of artwork, which she stores in a vault in her lonely, cavernous house. One day, she awakens to find several of her most prized artworks destroyed, the act of vandalism captured in a viral video that soon triggers a rash of copycat incidents.

Hex: A Novel

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By Rebecca Dinerstein Knight

Nell Barber, an expelled PhD candidate in biological science, is exploring the fine line between poison and antidote, working alone to set a speed record for the detoxification of poisonous plants. Her mentor, Dr. Joan Kallas, is the hero of Nell’s heart. Nell frequently finds herself standing in the doorway to Joan’s office despite herself, mesmerized by Joan’s elegance, success, and spiritual force.


violet book

By Isabel Allende

Violeta comes into the world on a stormy day in 1920, the first girl in a family of five boisterous sons. From the start, her life will be marked by extraordinary events, for the ripples of the Great War are still being felt, even as the Spanish flu arrives on the shores of her South American homeland almost at the moment of her birth.

The Island of Missing Trees

island of missing trees

by Elif Shafak

Two teenagers, a Greek Cypriot and a Turkish Cypriot, meet at a taverna on the island they both call home. In the taverna, hidden beneath garlands of garlic, chili peppers and creeping honeysuckle, Kostas and Defne grow in their forbidden love for each other. A fig tree stretches through a cavity in the roof, and this tree bears witness to their hushed, happy meetings and eventually, to their silent, surreptitious departures. The tree is there when war breaks out, when the capital is reduced to ashes and rubble, and when the teenagers vanish.

Fae War

fae war novel rl medina

By R.L. Medina

The abyss is open…
and everything she’s fought for will be destroyed.

As the past returns to wreak havoc on the land of the fae, halfling Ren finds herself faced with her toughest decision yet:

Give up Feylin or give up her humanity.

If the elves have any chance to stop annihilation, Ren must use her mental magic to her full potential and become what she’s feared most— one of them.

Buy a copy of Fae War

And that’s it for this list on eBook with a flower on the cover, dearies! Perhaps you found a new book? Let me know in the comments, or if you have read some of these, I’d love to hear about it too. I personally will add to the top of the list Fae War and Hex, but the others sound interesting too.

Really done now.

Happy Reading! 🐇

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Author: Sela O.

Book Reviewer. Indie Author. ✍️ Book lover. RedBubble Artist. Dragon Rider. Slytherin. 🐍 E.L.F 💎

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