I was completely intrigued by the premise of "All Our Wrong Todays" -- ("You know the future that people in the 1950s imagined we'd have? Well, it happened. In Tom Barren's 2016, humanity thrives in a techno-utopian paradise of flying cars, moving sidewalks, and moon bases, where avocados never go bad and punk rock never existed... because it wasn't necessary.") -- but I wasn't quite sure what I was getting into. Luckily, as you can see in my review, I ended up thoroughly enjoying this novel, which is part science fiction, part search for purpose in life, and even part romance.
U.S. // U.K.
I think this is a case of less is more for me -- the bright colors and white background of the U.K. cover are attention-grabbing and modern without being too cluttered. And, after reading the novel, I like the homage that the lemon pays to the story, and there's a bit of symbolism in the spiral peel. Too, while there's definitely a sci-fi element to the plot, I'd shelve it in the regular fiction section at my library given the choice, and the U.S. cover might turn some readers off if they're not science fiction fans.
This is an easy one for me: I definitely like the U.K. cover better. Do tell: which do you prefer?