Thoughtful Thursday: Rename this Horrible Cover

Time for another “Rename This Horrible Cover” contest.

We like Isaac Asimov‘s The Gods Themselves, but wonder if you can come up with a better title for this particular cover? (Click to embiggen.)

The creator of the title we like best wins a book from our stacks

Got a suggestion for a horrible cover that needs renaming? Please send it to Kat.

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    “My God, Henry… There goes one big seagull!”

  2. John Hubbard /

    In Search of Clothes

  3. Not what I thought when they said “Gender Reassignment”

  4. When Gender Reassignment Goes Wrong

  5. Nudists do science too.

  6. John Smith /

    “The Gods Bring Kleenex.”

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  8. Susan Emans /

    2:51am: laughing way too hard at these titles.

  9. Sethia /

    Naked mind Yoga: in three simple steps

  10. Noneofyourbusiness /

    Skele-fetus Babies

  11. Go Home, William Blake. You’re Stoned.

  12. Lady Morar /

    Le Penseur, Part Deux

  13. The Distinguished Professor /

    “We Ran Out of Ink for Outer Space”

  14. Sethia is our winner.

    ¬¬¬Sethia,if you live in the USA, you win a book of your choice from our stacks.
    Please contact me (Marion) with your choice and a US address. Happy reading!

  15. Sethia /

    I feel honored, thank you!😁

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