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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Teaser Tuesday (2)

Hello and welcome back to our second ever Teaser Tuesday! Teaser Tuesday is hosted by MizB of Should be Reading. You know the rest of the drill! This week, there are four books--just like last week!

Current Read One:
Museum of Thieves, by Lian Tanner
Teaser is taken from pages 124-125
"Was she brave? She didn't think so. Could she bear to stay in such a dangerous place?
In the back of her mind, the little voice echoed Olga Ciavolga's words, We protect the museum, and we protect the city as well...."

Interesting, no? Read to find out more!

Current Read Two:
Eragon, by Christopher Paolini
Teaser is taken from pages 172-173
"Brom thought about it. 'We won't be able to deceive Jeod. He already knows my name, and I think I trust him with yours. But to everyone else, I will be Neal and you will be my nephew Evan. If our tongues slip and give us away, it probably won't make a difference, but I don't want our names in anyone's heads. People have an annoying habit of remembering things they shouldn't.'"

Brom, you make us all laugh. Read to find out about Brom and Eragon's (the titular character) adventures under the names of Neal and Evan...

Current Read Three:
Bones of Faerie, by Janni Lee Simmer
Teaser is taken from pages 28-29
"Didn't he know better than to gather firewood alone at night? Didn't he know better than to risk his life for a magic-cursed girl?"

Well... interesting. That teaser would make way more sense if you read a summary or synopsis of the book, however.

Current Read Four:
The Ruby Key, by Holly Lisle
Teaser is taken from pages 220-221
"Danrith's expression changed, though. The ghost disappeared, and Danrith whined, 'I was sleeping, Genna. Why did you wake me?'
'Hush. Keep your voice down or we may be eaten.'"

Well, um, that was a rather blunt teaser. What would eat them? Read and find out!

That concludes this week's Teaser Tuesday! See you again next week!

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