I'm working on a book cover for a translated book. I want to keep the style of the original book, but I'd also like to use free/libre fonts if possible.
Using the original fonts, this is what it looks like:
The two fonts in white are Latino Elongated and Goldwater.
Can you think of a pair of free/libre (ideally PD, GNU GPL or OFL) serif fonts that could replace these two fonts?
Note 1: The top one is also used for chapter headings in the book and should ideally have standard ligatures and small caps.
Note 2: The book uses Linux Libertine as the main inside font, and EB Garamond Italic as the section heading font, is that makes a difference.
Since it's hard to find free/libre serif narrow fonts, I decided to try with sans-serif fonts, so now I have this (using Steelfish and Tulpen One):
Is this a good replacement (I'm really quite bad at graphics). What else would you suggest?