And with some of the better-known books in their catalogue, nothing seems amiss:
But looking deeper through their list, I'm a bit alarmed by the covers given some other better-known books.
|Mistah Kurtz--he on a road trip|
|The book that fits this cover would be significantly less odd than the one Stoker wrote|
|Eppie was a surprisingly modern girl|
|Gulliver joins Kurtz|
|This makes the book's social comedy look more like some Kafkaesque nightmare|
|Despite the cover, this book contains no pretentious nightclubbers who refuse to act their age|
|Sit, Earnest, sit--good dog.|
|Again, you see what they meant, but it's all wrong|
Is this a case of Tutis-like randomness? That seems unlikely--there's more care given to the titles printed than Tutis ever showed. But what the hell is going on with these covers? Bibliolis's own website is no help, being virtually information-free. What is going on here?