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Hello, fellow readers and bloggers! Hope you've got a good book that you are lost in currently. Life This was a much needed slower week after weeks of the other kind. Work was busy until Wednesday and then it got quieter, so that helped me have the mental energy to do other things.  The girl's birthday is in 10 days (yes, both my daughter and I share the same birthday month) and we are planning a small party during the following weekend. Guess what theme she wants? Yes, princesses. I wish little girls aspired for more than most of the pink stuff that's paraded at them in the stores. Anyways, I'll be doing some planning for this and trying to pull it together.  There's been another big thing going on for the past couple of months. We've been meeting with a contractor to renovate our kitchen and do hardwood throughout the main floor. It's going to be somewhat massive of an undertaking but we are excited for the end result. We still have several finishes to dec

Teaser Tuesdays -- Jan 26, 2010


Teaser Tuesdays

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:
Grab your current read
Open to a random page
Share with us two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page.


I started City of Bones yesterday and found it pleasantly good. I'm not too far in, but the first few pages made a good enough impression on me that I'm looking forward to reading it. I found plenty of excellent teasers already, but most of them have to be read in context. So I settled for one towards the beginning of the first chapter.

The boy in the red jacket stroked the long razor-sharp blade in his hands, an idle smile playing over his lips. It had been so easy - a little bit of a glamour on the blade, to make it look harmless. Another glamour on his eyes, and the moment the bouncer had looked straight at him, he was in. Of course, he could probably have gotten by without all that trouble, but it was part of the fun - fooling the mundies, doing it all out in the open right in front of them, getting off on the blank looks on their sheeplike faces.

~ Pg. 2-3, City of Bones (Mortal Instruments, #1) by Cassandra Clare.

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Comments

bermudaonion said…
Oh my, that's quite a passage. I'm not sure that book's for me!
RaĆ­la said…
Yay! I read this book this past week and LOVED it. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Great teaser!
Stephanie said…
Wow! That sounds terrific.
Jennifer said…
A lot is packaged into a few sentences. Sounds intriguing to say the least. Great teaser. My TT: http://www.rundpinne.com/2010/01/teaser-tuesdays-highlanders-destiny.html
Sarah said…
Great teaser :o) I actually brought this book a few days ago & am really looking forward to reading it!
Tales of Whimsy said…
So goood! I need to read this.

Here is mine :)
Chrissie said…
Great teaser!

Here is mine: http://www.chrissiescorner.co.uk/?p=312
Susan said…
I've been seeing this book around lately, and I really need to get it! Excellent teaser this week :)
Jen said…
I loved this trilogy! Nice teaser :)
Emma Michaels said…
Great teaser! I subscribed! Here is my teaser if you are interested: http://emmamichaels.blogspot.com/2010/01/teaser-tuesday_26.html

I really hope that I get to read that novel soon. I saw it when I went out the other day and it was reviewed by one of my favorite bloggers so I ordered it from the library!
I'm guessing a mundie is like a muggle? This sounds good! I can't wait for your review!
Athira said…
Jennifer, mundie is a muggle! Guess what, that's the first thought that went through my mind too! How fitting that we muggles now think along HP terms! ;-)

Those of you interested in reading this book: you should! It's en-gro-ssing!!

Those of you not interested, please please please read it.. it's even more en-gro-ssing!!

Those who read it, I'm with ya! I'm loving it really so far!