• The front cover Doctor Who The Empire of the Wolf. Two Doctors are bound with electricity ties in front of a woman on a throne.
  • The front cover for Ten Thousand Stitches by Olivia Atwater. The front cover is a rich blue with a sewing needle in the middle of the page. A silver thread is wrapped around the thread and forms a circle of stitches. There are decorative gold motifs in each corner.
  • The front cover for The Butterfly by Cixin Liu. The picture shows planes flying over head. There are a few clouds in the sky and slipstreams from the plans. There are building roofs and hills in the bottom third of the page. Shades of grey-blue are used for everything except a kaleidoscope of butterflies that are red and gold. The butterflies are racing ahead of the planes.
  • The front cover for The Children of Gods and Fighting Men by Shauna Lawless. The cover is black with the titles covering the whole page in white letters. Behind the words are vines and brambles which wrap around a bronze sword on the bottom left hand side facing up, and a golden ax running across the top pf the page from the right hand corner. There is also a rustic drawing of a bird on a branch on the right hand side halfway down the page.
  • The front cover for Glitterati by Oliver. K Langmead. The background is light grey and there is a blank white dead in the middle. The head is wearing a spikey gold crown with gold dripping down the face. There is a flesh coloured hand holding a blue and gold dragonfly over the face like a mask
  • The front cover for Not Good for Maidens by Toni Bovalino. There is a collection of beautiful fruits and flowers with a death head moth sitting on top of them. The background is a dark blue.
  • The front cover for Judge Fear's Big Day Out. There is a close up shot of a man with a heavy amoured helmet that protects his eyes. The only part of his face that can be seen is a shaven lantern jaw. The man is looking to the left and it is raining.
  • The front cover for The Wolf Mile. The image of a town on a hill against a red sky