Which book cover is better? @etflint VS @JChaseNovelist

This is a "meme" started by Book Whore. Cover Wars takes two covers and puts them against each other.

This is how crazy life has been: I forgot to do a Cover Wars post last week. Didn't realize it until I was gearing up for this one. Anyway, moving on. The only thing I have to say at this point is, "Are chainsaws sinful?"

Eric Thomas' debut thriller is an exciting, violent and thought provoking story that asks the question, "What happens after you've won the revolution?" The story centers around Josh, a member of the hacktivist group Anonymous, who is living in safe seclusion until he's recruited by a bloodthirsty group of revolutionaries called "The Citizens."

They've launched a war on the wealthy; stealing vaccinations from rich pharmaceutical companies and handing them out to the poor. Josh is reluctant to join until he meets Betty, a sarcastic, pink haired revolutionary motivated by her recent misfortune. Josh and Betty ride the wave of an uprising that will put them on the front line in the battle between the "haves" and the "have-nots," a class warfare struggle when the rights of the many finally outweigh the rights of the few.

Terrified California residents face the shocking dilemma of yet another serial killer roaming freely in their neighborhoods. However, this time it is an evolving serial killer anomaly that relentlessly searches for, hunts down, and ingeniously traps his victims before unleashing his fiery rage. Always two steps ahead of the cops and fire investigators, the killer hones in on the next sinful target leaving a trail of bones and ashes behind as evidence. It rocks the criminal justice system to the core as a string of arson murders hits inside their turf.

Vigilante detective Emily Stone hunts serial killers and child abductors, covertly and under the law enforcement radar, with her intrinsic skills of criminal profiling and forensic investigation. With Stone’s toughest case yet, the arson serial killer immediately crosses her radar and sends her into the dark territory of a lethal pyromaniac’s mind – to the point of no return.

Last Week's Winner:
(Actually two weeks ago)

Higher Than Jesus (link to Amazon.com)

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