Teaser Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme hosted by MizB at Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along. Just do the following:
I generally do things a little bit differently. I usually read and review up to about 5 or 6 books a week and I like to post a teaser from each one.
The Twisted Path Home by Fae Bidgoli, page 123. "Arezoo, follow my voice. How are you feeling?" Sogand responded instead of me. "I am so excited. I am so happy. Finally, everyone knows I am telling the truth. Everyone knows I was not crazy..."
Mr. Darcy's Little Sister, page 89. "I'm pleased to meet you, Mrs. Darcy your fame precedes you." she said courteously. "And how is that Lady Cranton? I did not realize that my activities were of sufficient note to constitute fame," Elizabeth returned irrepressibly.
Juliet by Anne Fortier, page 184. "No, it's okay." I adjusted my dress. "It's not really an issue. But this other guy - tracksuit guy - he broke into my hotel room. And so... I think maybe I should change hotels." "You think so?" Alessandro was not impressed.
How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe by Charles Yu, page 108. I am typing what appears to be somewhat digressive and extemporaneous rambling, all of which is staring to make me have serious doubts because even as I am typing from the copy I have in my hand, the text is matching my thoughts exactly...
A Hope Undaunted by Julie Lessman, page 301. Painful seconds elapsed before she felt him move beside her. Her body jerked at the touch of his hand, and like a wounded animal, she curled her knees to her chest.
The Murderer's Daughter, by Randy Susan Meyers, page 180. I panicked. What color had my mother's eyes been? Were they blue? Had they been deep brown, like Merry's? We had only black-and-white photographs of Mama. Who would know? Whom could I ask?