Tuesday, December 1, 2009


Teaser Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading , and it happens to be my favourite meme of all time.  Anyone can play!  If you don't have a blog you can just leave your teaser in the comments!

  • Grab your current read
  • flip to a random page
  • select two sentences as "teasers"
  • try not to include SPOILERS
  • include the name of the book and the author so we can all add it to our TBR list

My teaser is from "The 13th Hour" by Richard Doetsch

"And all at once, she felt fear wash over her.

    She had entered the house and had come down here instantly to confirm the robbery, her anger blinding her to the danger as she ran about in the darkness, foolishly tempting fate."

I haven't officially started this book yet, but will be cracking it open this afternoon during my youngest's nap.

For more teasers click here .

16 Blabs:

Alayne said...

Looks great, very suspenseful. Enjoy! Here's mine!

Missy B. said...

It sounds good so far. Great tease!

4everQueen said...

Love your Teaser Lisa, and Teaser Tues is my favorite blogging moment :D Here goes mine from The Last Queen by C.W. Gortner:
"I rarely paused to mark the passage of time, but somewhere between Eleanor's birth and this pregnancy, I had shed the last traces of my adolsence... in her place stood a disarming woman--the woman I would be for the rest of my life."

Jo-Jo said...

Great teaser this week!

Nikki @ Bookizzle said...

Ooh, this sounds like a good one! Great teaser.

My TT!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a pretty intense book! Great teaser :)

Lisa said...

Hey Nikki! Thanks for sharing your teaser!

And Jo-Jo I sent you a message via your blog. :0)

And Bella, THANKS! And thanks for sharing yours! I am DYING TO READ your book! Let me know what you think of it when all is said and done. :0)

Alayne said...

Thanks for commenting! Alias Grace is my first Atwood novel, sad to say, but I love it so far. Having never read any of her other works, I asked a fellow blogger (Boston Bibliophile) what she would recommend to start with and she said most people start with The Handmaid's Tale, but her favorite is Alias Grace, so that's why I picked it. So far there have only been two times where I spaced out due to longish prose, but most of it is genius. I should have it finished in a week or so and I'll review it when I'm done.

Alyssa Kirk said...

Oh I like this one. Haven't heard of the book I'll look forward to your review as it seems like it would be a good one!

Our 3 Teasers are here:


You can put add a link to your own post on ours if you like.

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea said...

Lisa, This is a terrific teaser. It makes me really want to read this book; enjoy

The Literary Stew said...

Whoa...intriguing!I haven't heard of this book! Definitely worth checking out.

Marce said...

Great teaser.....

BTW Bags of Bones was the other he recommended, I chose the shorter one, lol

Brooke from The Bluestocking Guide said...

Nice!!! Thanks for visiting.

Jessica said...

I've been wanting to read this book! I can't wait to hear what you think of it. :)

Cecelia said...

Eeek! Sounds scary! Great teaser!

If you'd like, you can check out mine here.

Carol said...

Great teaser, very suspenseful.

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