Friday, June 3, 2016

Book Beginnings - 6/3/16

 

*Please join Rose City Reader every Friday to share the first sentence (or so) of the book you are reading, along with your initial thoughts about the sentence, impressions of the book, or anything else the opener inspires. Please remember to include the title of the book and the author's name.  *Taken directly from Rose City Reader's Blog Page. 
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My book beginnings is taken from LIAR, LIAR by M. J. Arlidge:

 
"Luke scrambled through the open window and onto the narrow ledge outside.  Grasping the plastic guttering above his head, he pulled himself upright.  The guttering creaked ominously, threatening to give way at any moment, but Luke couldn't risk letting go.  He was dizzy, breathless and very, very scared."
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I finished these books the last three weeks: 

THE GIRLS IN THE GARDEN by Lisa Jewell:

A good read, but very odd characters.  :)

Review will be on June 7. 

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FLIGHT PATTERNS by Karen White:



Absolutely LOVED this book.  

Review is in the book's title.
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A CERTAIN AGE by Beatriz Williams:

 

Another lovely novel by Beatriz Williams.  It was difficult to get connected, but the ending was worth the wait.

Review will be on June 28.
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9 comments:

  1. Happy Friday, Happy Reading!!

    Thanks for stopping.

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  2. Liar Liar looks really good...intense! I'm also eager to read Flight Patterns. Enjoy your weekend, and thanks for visiting my blog.

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    1. It is intense.

      I have never read anything by this author. Seems very good.

      I LOVED Flight Patterns.

      Thanks for stopping, Laurel.

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    1. It should be good.

      Thanks for stopping, fredamans.

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  4. The beginning has certainly gotten my curiosity up. :)
    @dino0726 from 
    FictionZeal - Impartial, Straightforward Fiction Book Reviews

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    1. It is pretty good so far.

      Tami Hoag says it is Dark, Twisted, and Thought-provoking.

      Thanks for stopping, Diane.

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