My favourite book cover at the moment is Howl's Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones. There a quite a few editions, some with a mechanical drawing of the castle, another with the title spread across the majority and the colour purple that fades into a green.
2. Cool. Next question: what was a book you cried in?
I cannot think of a single book I have cried in. Although there may have been a part of Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare where I wanted to cry a little.
So not Clockwork Princess? That book turned me into a complete mess!
I read the Clockwork Angel and Clockwork Prince straight after each other a while before the Clockwork Princess came out and I didn't like it as much, so I didn't find it that sad.
3. Ah, okay. i read them all in a row. Anyway, what about a book you laughed in?
John Dies at the End by David Wong, a “comedic horror” book I laughed through many points in it. The main character is sarcastic and his best friend is an absolute idiot.
4. Well with a title like that... Now, what was the last book you read?
The last book I read was The Magicians' Guild, the first book in Trudi Canavan's The Black Magician series. It's about a girl who finds her magical capabilities by throwing a stone at a magician. Growing up to hate and fear magicians, she has to hide, fearing she will be captured or killed for her actions. I found myself finishing it quickly, eager to read the next book.
5. And, what book are you currently reading?
The book I am currently reading is The Alchemaster's Apprentice by Walter Moers. It is about a Crat (something that is like a cat except it has an extra liver and is multi-lingual) called Echo who lives in the fantasy town of Malaisea. His owner, an old lady, died, leaving Echo to fend for himself. Ghoolion the Alchemaster finds the Crat and offers to feed him until the next full moon in exchange for his body fat. I am not very far into it, however so far I find it engaging.
Okay, so that is all. Thanks a bunch!