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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Teaser Tuesday #35

This meme is hosted weekly by MizB @ Should Be Reading. Anyone can participate, even if you don't have a blog (you can post back in MizB's comments).
*Grab your current read.

*Open to a random page.

*Share two (2) "teaser" sentences from that page. You can share more if you want!

*BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS!!! (Make sure that what you share doesn't give away too much information. You don't want to ruin the book for others!)

*Share the title and autor as well, so that Teaser participants may add to their TBR list/s if they enjoy your teasers!

*Leave a link in the comment section of MizB's blog so that others can check out your teasers! You may leave your teasers here with the book title and author if you do not have a blog. (MizB's Blog)

This week's teasers come from pages 101 and 55 (respectively) in Max by James Patterson (GoodReads, Amazon):

"You could lock the Gasman in a padded cell with some dental floss and a bowl of Jell-O, and he'd find a way to make something explode."

"Oh, the poetry of a bird kid. Remind me to collect it all into one emotional, mushy volume someday, under some fake, poetic-sounding name, like Gabrielle Charbonnet de la Something-Schmancy. (I'm not kidding. I saw that name on a backpack in France. Poor kid.)"


I've had this one for a while.. Finally getting around to reading it :) LOVED it!

Happy Reading!

2 comments:

Jessica@a GREAT read said...

That's a good one! Never read anything by James Patterson. But know a lot of people like his books!

Here's my teaser

Have a GREAT day!

Old Follower :)

Marcie said...

I've seen this book around. It sounds very humorous. Great Teaser! Here's mine: http://www.2readornot2read.com/2011/08/teaser-tuesday-3-august-16-2011.html

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