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Judging a Book by Its Cover

With Korean CoverWith - Skye JethaniMaybe I’m the only one, but I rather like the Korean cover of Skye Jethani’s book With (Thomas Nelson). The book uses a series of prepositions to help you wrap your mind around the different ways different people engage their relationship with God. The Korean cover signals to the reader that the book is about some not-so-abstract faulty concepts that are easy to fall into, using the author’s doodles that appear inside the North American edition. Jethani, who is a very cerebral author, has just released his third title, Futureville. What do you think?

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