Friday, December 30, 2016

Book Beginnings and The Friday 56 - December 30, 2016


I'm linking up with Rose City Reader for Book Beginnings and Freda's Voice for Page 56. Check out the links above for the rules and for the posts of the participants each week. Pick the closest book on your book stack and join the fun.

The Beginning:

"The Dogs' Teeth Pub was an ugly atrocity of lumber and plaster wedged in the empty space between the row houses at the intersection of Cole and Hester."

Page 56:

"This is what I recorded on the night of the Winged Convergence. The sheet was covered in crazy, jagged squiggles, filled with spikes and jabs."

From The Alchemy of Chaos by Marshall Ryan Maresca. This is book two in a series set in the city of Maradaine. Maresca is writing two series set in this city. This one set at the university and another that features local law enforcement officers.

7 comments:

  1. The excerpts piqued my curiosity...the book sounds tempting. Enjoy! Here's mine: “THE MISSING”

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  2. LOL Curious about the story behind the name of, The Dogs' Teeth Pub! I'd love for you and your readers to checkout my BB & 56 . . . http://tinyurl.com/LisaKsBookReviewOOTDPbyLR

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  3. Love the description of the setting in the opening. I don't often read fantasy, but I'm curious about this story.
    My Friday post features Náápiikoan Winter.

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  4. I recently came across this author and this sounds fun.

    My Friday 56 from Guarded

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  5. I"m intrigued! I love the name of the pub and the description! I don't read much fantasty but this sounds like a lot of fun.

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  6. New author to me. I'd like to know more.
    Wishing you the best for 2017!

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  7. That looks pretty cool - I might have to add book one to my tbr. :)

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