Today's Top 10 Tuesday topic is Books With Nature on the Covers. This is similar to the post I did last week about flowers on the covers, but it's a much bigger scope. While I was going through my books I want to read to find these covers, I found myself really wanting to read all the books. This is a good thing because it means I still want to read all the books on my TBR! Now, I'll show you the covers I chose.
Force of Nature by Jane Harper - We're going to start with the most obvious one, the one with the word nature actually in the title. It does also have a lovely picture of a nature scape on the cover.
The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin - I think this is the only one I've added here that is an illustration instead of a painting or photograph. This example of nature looks less true to the actual thing.
The Good Girls: An Ordinary Killing by Sonia Faleiro - This one has a gorgeous picture of a landscape on the cover. The book is set in India, so presumably this is in India.
The Best Land Under Heaven: The Donner Party in the Age of Manifest Destiny by Michael Wallis - Another gorgeous landscape. You might almost forget it is about the Donner Party.
The Man Who Caught the Storm by Brantley Hargrove - I tried not to hae people on the covers, but I couldn't just leave out this one. Tornado weather is most definitely "nature".
The Giver of Stars by Jojo Moyes - I love mountains/hills, so of course I added this gorgeous cover.
This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger - Another facet of nature I love: water. This is a beautiful picture.
The Dream of the Great American Novel by Lawrence Buell - This cover also has water on it, but I am not a fan. Possibly it is the horrible drawing of Moby Dick. Probably. I am not a fan.
South Toward Home: Travels in Southern Literature by Margaret Eby - What a beautiful lane! Definitely a stunning depiction of nature.
The Searcher by Tana French - This monochrome picture of tall grass almost looks like water.
Those are my nature covers! Which ones do you have?