Double Vision

by wjw on July 30, 2014

10567840_10203685881081558_2095649954_o-2Two covers for the Italian translation of my story “Reincarnation Day,” by the artist Tiziano Cremonini.

I’m sure you’ve all read the story so many times that you’re practically memorized it, but if it’s somehow escaped your attention, it’s about a society in which children raised in a virtual environment are incarnated in physical bodies only when they reach adulthood.

Which cover do you like best?  (Click for a larger image.)

(And the story, by the way, is available in the Green Leopard Plague ebook collection, available in most of the usual places.)

Raymund Eich August 1, 2014 at 5:28 pm

Cover #1 looks more ominous and is a better fit to the subject matter. The red tones and the image of lying bodies work well.

Lori deason August 6, 2014 at 3:10 am

I’m leaning toward the green/blue family. I think it looks eery and mysterious. But I agree the red makes me think something evil must be afoot.

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