22 November, 2011

Teaser Tuesday (61)

Teaser Tuesday is a weekly, bookish meme hosted by MizB at Should Be Reading.

Rules for participating:

  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

This week, my teaser is from The Isle of Blood by Rick Yancey.

Jacob Torrance downed his glass of whiskey, smoothed his neatly trimmed mustache, and then proceeded to drum his fingers aggressively on the arm of the wingback chair. His ruby red signet ring, stamped with the motto of the Society (Nil timendum est), sparked and and spat back the light.
-p. 203


Got a teaser, or thoughts on the book you're reading?

-----The Golden Eagle


Pepca said...

Great teaser! Here is my TT.

Michael Offutt, Expert Critic said...

"Last night I died for the third time this week," the 17-year-old boy said.

That 20 Something Virgin. said...

Excellent teaser, you always seem to be reading interesting books!

J. A. Bennett said...

That teaser sounds fantastic!

Old Kitty said...

Loved how this mysterious moustachioed man's ring "spat back the night"! Wonderful teaser! Thanks for sharing, take care

Emily Rose said...

"Sparkled and spat back the light". I like that.:)

Carol Kilgore said...

Ooh, I think Jacob Torrance is up to no good.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Cherie Reich said...

Interesting teaser. Love the book cover. :)

Brian said...

That sounds pretty cool makes me wonder what's going on next! Happy Thanksgiving!

Bess Weatherby said...

Definitely a tease. I want to know what that motto means!

Abhishek Boinapalli said...

Good One!!!

makes me wonder what kind of book it is about!! Mafia and all?? Probably!!

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Susan Roebuck said...

Hmmm... I like the sound of that read. Excellent way to find new books, thanks G.E. (and thank for your comments on my blog - you're the first person to notice the look changed!)

....Petty Witter said...

Another great teaser, I love the cover.

Almost finished the second book in my Christmas Spirit reading challenge, The Stupidest Angel by Christopher moore is so far proving funny if not a little weird.

Happy reading.

Nisa said...

Well, I'm intrigued. Love these teasers!

Stephen Tremp said...

An atomic bomb, for all its power, is on about 1 percent efficient ... Antimatter has long been the focus of intense speculation. Physics of the Impossible frpm Michio Kaku.

The Golden Eagle said...

Pepca: Thanks! :)

Michael: Something tells me that 17-year-old boy might not be human.

That 20 Something Virgin: Thank you!

I'm glad you enjoyed the teaser. :)

J. A.: Glad you liked it!

Old Kitty: You're very welcome!

Emily: I did, too. :)

Carol: Maybe. You'll have to read the book to find out!

You too!

Cherie: I like it, too.

Brian: Hope you have a good one. :)

Bess: "Nothing to fear".

Abhishek: Thanks!

Nope, not the Mafia; though part of the story does take place in Europe.

Will check it out!

Susan: I agree--I don't look at lot of the comments on MizB's blog anymore, one because I don't have as much time, and second because my TBR pile is bursting already. :P

You're welcome! I do like your new blog look. :)

Tracy: Glad you enjoyed it!

It sounds like a funny story from the title.

Same to you. :)

Nisa: Agreed. I love reading teasers!

Stephen: Michio Kaku is an interesting physicist; great teaser!

Belle said...

I'm reading Practice Cake by Dalya Moon. "I didn't know what he meant, and the dull ache in my stomach said I didn't want to know. Bucket list? He had to be kidding - he hated people saying bucket list."

The Golden Eagle said...

Belle: I just read a post with an interview of her. :) Interesting teaser--I wonder why he hates it when people say bucket list!

Medeia Sharif said...

Great teaser. I've been meaning to read this series. It looks so good.

The Golden Eagle said...

Medeia: Thanks!

He's a really good writer. :) Though The Monstrumologist series (I've only read one other book by him) does get violent at times.