T5W 6: Favorite Chapter Headings

Top Five Favorite Chapter Headings

I apologize that this post is so late! I’ve been having issues with my laptop. This week we’re talking about some of our favorite chapter headings! Chapter headings are generally images or decorative script that states the title of a chapter in a book. I’m excited about this topic because I absolutely love it when chapter headings are pretty. It’s like an extra little touch.


Shadow and Bone by Leigh BardugoThe chapter headings for this whole series is beautiful. It’s this fancy design with like architecture and birds on the side. I’m totally not doing it justice, if you haven’t read the book and you don’t own it, just pick it up at the book store and check them out. Beautiful. (You should totally buy and read the book too. It’s a fantastic fantasy series.)


The Dead and the Gone by Susan Beth PfefferI really, really like the chapter headings for this book. They’re like little skylines of New York City, which is where the book is set. It’s pretty cool.


Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. RowlingI couldn’t not put Harry Potter on this list. I will never forget the little illustrations at the beginning of every chapter. Those chapter headings are my childhood.


A Game of Thrones by George R.R. MartinI actually have only read part of this book so far, but I love the design that is at the top of the page at the start of each new chapter. I really hope I can pick this up again soon and get to reading it again.


Throne of Glass by Sarah J. MaasI really liked the chapters in this book. The top of the page had this broken gem type thing at the top. I’m not entirely sure what it was supposed to be (probably glass, since it’s in the title) but it was beautiful nonetheless.


What books did your favorite chapter headings come from?


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