Author Topic: "Summer Day is Done" by R.T. Stevens  (Read 13537 times)

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Re: WARNING: A Summer Day is Done
« Reply #60 on: June 17, 2006, 05:07:48 PM »
I'm still trying to find my cover online, I don't have scanner.  

Lord ;D  Y'all must think I'm insane! ;D

Not at all, TheAce1918 - this is actually a most entertaining thread!   [smiley=laugh.gif]

I do hope you're enjoying the new cover of "The Summer Day Is Done", courtesy of TheAce1918!  Can see where you're coming from - if the cover of a book is annoying, it's so much harder to look at, right?
I wonder just how many different covers there have been for this book?  I'd also like to know how many times it has been re-printed?

To me, the cover isn't as annoying as it is disrespectful.  Yes, yes I know it is fiction, its the same story of course ;D but everyone knows the tender subject of July 1918...and thats why I was so peeved :-[

My copy has this written within its cover.  

Warner Books Edition
Copyright 1976 by Souvenir Press Ltd.

First printing June, 1977
Reissued October, 1980

Dunno if thats all might be different from the others :-/


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Re: WARNING: A Summer Day is Done
« Reply #61 on: June 18, 2006, 06:23:21 PM »
You know that old saying "Don't judge a book by its cover"?  I know I heard it more than once.

However,  off topic, I have taken books from the library whose covers have actually scared me.  I would put them face down in beetween reads.

Catherine Zeta-Jones sounds about right for that character.

I am really bad at casting.

I want to see Ace1918's cover, too.  Fabio, Hmmm?