US // UK
I *love* this UK cover. Aside from the brilliant strapline - 'I remember my future, but my past is a blank' - I just think the mirrored image is so eye-catching, and the title font is bold and different. I haven't read the book yet, but I'm guessing the grey-haired girl represents the past, with the red-haired girl representing the future. Very cool concept.
I'm not sure what I think of the US cover. I only saw it for the first time a couple of days ago, and it didn't immediately stick in my mind. It reminds me of the US paperback cover for Jennifer Brown's Hate List, which uses the same style of large text over a background image. If given the choice, I'm not sure I'd buy the US edition of Forgotten, though its hardback status might just convince me.
So yes, the UK is a firm winner for me. It looks fresh and unusual, and I like that. Can't wait to see it out and about on shelves! What do you guys think?