Monday, May 17, 2010

Teaser Tuesdays

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme hosted by MizB at Should Be Reading. This week I'm reading Between Two Kingdoms by Joe Boyd. I received this book via FSB Associates and was quite interested in the message it portrays. Although the book is a fantasy novel it has roots based in religion which I found fascinating and intriguing. So far I'm very interested in the book and it's hidden messages and hope this novel will become a success story! But enough of my jibber-jabber time for my Teaser Tuesday:

"Simon's fingernails morphed into talons of an eagle, and his tongue split down the middle like a snake's. In a fit of rage, he struck the mirror against the corner of a nearby table and threw the shattered square at Roger's face."

~pg 108 Between Two Kingdoms by Joe Boyd

I really like this book so far because it's not in your face religion but has a very subtle under-tone that if you know it's there is very visible. However; just to read this book without knowing I think you'd still enjoy the way it is written and the story it conveys. But let me know what you think? Can you tell by the teaser this book is about religion because I sure couldn't! And as always let me know your teasers for the week I always enjoy what everyone comes up with!

LOL= Lots Of Love


  1. Well, that is certainly interesting! I love the description (though I'll admit it sounds a bit menacing). Great teaser!

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

  2. Great teaser & I love fantasy, so I'm adding it on my list! Happy reading!

  3. Great Teaser! Here is my Teaser Tuesday:

    Feel free to stop by tomorrow for my review and GIVEAWAY of the book and a new ARC, by the same author, next Spring when it is released!

    Emma Michaels

  4. Very interesting! Great teaser. Mine is at The Crowded Leaf.

  5. I liked that teaser. I think I'll check out the book-love fantasy!

  6. Sounds like an interesting character and an interesting story. I hope you enjoy it. My Tuesday Teaser is Claire de Lune by Christine Johnson.


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