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Hi, sorry, but I don't click on external survey links -- maybe you could post them as thumbnails here for people to look at?
 

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I like all of them, except for the second one (the 3D-ish one). The only thing is they seem to make very different promises in terms of tone.
 

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And I don't much like any of them, they're all very similar: monster (evil?)and human? woman in t-shirt (angel?) on a vague background.
Can't say I would reach for any of them.
Maybe it's just that they aren't my thing, but it's like looking at four covers for Regency romances, all of a young woman in Regency dress, outside by a stone balustrade, green lawn behind.
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I think I'm the opposite in that the art intrigues (and confuses) me. My turnoff is the title, but I imagine that's related to the series. It's got a quirky horror vibe that catches my eye.

I still don't get the flying saucers trying to steal tombstones, which I assume is plot relevant and it's the kind of mix I assume I wouldn't enjoy.