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This one will be dedicated to a book’s page 69. I will post one or two sentences from said page.

Friday’s Page 69 ~ The Impossible Boy

Friday’s Page 69 ~ The Impossible Boy

The Impossible Boy, Ben Brooks, Green, Trees, Boy, Baquette, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Children's Books, Friendship, Magic, Ben Brooks
Sebastian Cole knelt down. “What was this poor, sweet rodent wearing?”
“It wasn’t wearing anything,” said Elissa. “It’s a rat.”
“A naked rat,” said Sebastian, nodding wisely. “And what did it look like, apart from naked?”
“He’s the shape of a pear,” said Elissa Goober. “And he’s brown and he has big yellow teeth and he smells like a toilet.”

Friday’s Page 69 ~ K-Pop Confidential

Friday’s Page 69 ~ K-Pop Confidential

K-pop Confidential, Stephan Lee, Girls, Group of Girls, K-pop, Young Adult, Korea, Music, Dancing, AsiaTo calm myself down, I wave to one of the baby trainees. Her whole face brightens. She and her friends rush closer to the glass wall to bow and wave to me frantically. My heart swells… and breaks a little.
“Isn’t that cute?” says Manager Kong, cracking a smile. “They think you’re someone important.”

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Pizazz

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Pizazz

Pizazz, Explosion, GIrl, Orange, Green, Comics, Children's Books, Sophy Henn
When we FINALLY got home I went to see Bernard and after a brief chat we decided that tomorrow EVERYTHING will change and I WILL get some actual friends and I WILL get voted to be something and I WILL be a complete success. AND I WILL have free biscuits. Probably. Bernard the guinea pig squeaked her approval and we both went to bed.

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Kay’s Anatomy: A Complete (and Completely Disgusting) Guide to the Human Body

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Kay’s Anatomy: A Complete (and Completely Disgusting) Guide to the Human Body

Kay’s Anatomy: A Complete (and Completely Disgusting) Guide to the Human Body, Skeleton, Sign, Arrow, Adam Kay, Children's Books, Disgusting, Facts, Humour, Science, Medical, Non-fiction
Unlike most train services, your blood’s always on the go – even when you’re fast asleep. It also defends you from illnesses! So it’s a postal service, a rubbish collection department and a security guard. Oh, and it’s a central-heating system too, working with its mate the skin so that your body is alwasy that lovely 37 degrees. Plus, of course, it’s a delicious snack. (Please ignore the last sentence if you’re not a vampire.)

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Gargantis

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Gargantis

Gargantis (The Legends of Eerie-on-Sea, Book 2, Monster, Harbor, Pier, Monster in the Sky, Purple, Boy, Girl, Running, Cat, Children's Books, Fantasy, Magic, Monsters, Mystery
A vast creature – with the head of an anglerfish and dozens of fins along its sinewy – is “swimming” in the sky over Eerie-on-Sea. It has two huge flippers, a low-slung mouth filled with tusks, and gigantic ichthyosaur eyes. The creature is wreathed in storm clouds and lightning  that seem to pour off its fins. It uses its giant flippers to smash the town to pieces, while lots of little medieval people run away.

Friday’s Page 69 ~ The Haunting of Tackery School

Friday’s Page 69 ~ The Haunting of Tackery School

The Haunting of Thackery School, A Riveting Haunted House Mystery, Book 14, Skylar Finn, Haunting, Ghosts, Boarding School, Spooky, Horror, Mystery, Teaching, Blue, Towers, Building,
As an adult, Frances didn’t like to go into dark rooms alone at night. She felt certain that the darkness concealed things normally invisible in the light of day. It wasn’t her parents she feared; the idea they might be watching over her from some other place was one that reassured her. It was more the idea that if her parents could come back, maybe anyone could. And maybe the others weren’t good.

Friday’s Page 69 ~ The Sun Down Motel

Friday’s Page 69 ~ The Sun Down Motel

The Sun Down Motel, Logo, Sign, House, Road, Vacancy, Simone St. James, Ghosts, Paranormal, Horror, Motel, Spooky
“Hmmm,” Heather said, clicking away at her laptop. “Maybe tonight will be more eventful.”
I stared at her across the table. “Did you miss the part where the doors opened on their own? Several of them?”
“I told you the motel was haunted,” she said matter-of-factly. “I guess the rumours are true. How many people do you think have died in a place like that? There must be plenty. Like the person who died in the pool.”

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Fat Vampire

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Fat Vampire

Fat Vampire: A Never Coming of Age Story, Milkshake, Blood, Teeth Holes, Fat Vampire, Adam Rex, Humour, Horror, Paranormal, Young Adult, Vampires
ALAN FRIENDLY (V.O)
I prepared my personal Redeemer, Ann Marie, and assembled the Vampire Hunters team outside the gates of the San Diego Zoo, where the trail suddenly went cold… cold as death.

INT. OFFICE OF BILL WINCHELL, CHIEF OF ZOO SECURITY

BILL WINCHELL
We don’t know how he got in… whoever got in that night. The gates, all the service entrances were secure. We might have missed it, if not for the call from a panda lover, watching our webcam.

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Monsterstreet #4: Camp of No Return

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Monsterstreet #4: Camp of No Return

Camp of No Return, Monsterstreet, Book #4, Green, Camp, Logo, Yellow Bus, Girl, Lights, Ghosts, Ghouls, Horror, J.H. Reynolds, Spooky, Summer, Summer Camp, Mystery
“There’s still at least one left,” they heard Counselor Fuller say, now speaking a language they could understand. “The rest have been prepared.”
“It’s going to be a long trip to the next world,” Director McGee added. “It’s important that we never leave any behind. Everyone of them must go.

Friday’s Page 69 ~ 7 Kinds of Ordinary Catastrophes

Friday’s Page 69 ~ 7 Kinds of Ordinary Catastrophes

7 Kinds of Ordinary Catastrophes, Gert Garibaldi's Rants and Raves, Yellow, Amber Kizer, Young Adult, Friendship, Revenge, Young Adult, Romance, Humour
“Whatever, I get it.” Clarice pats me on the back. “When’s the big family dinner?”
I’m having dinner with Stephen’s family tonight. Maybe that’s why I feel like I’m going to puke at any second. And here I’m thinking it was the shrimp I didn’t eat last night. “Tonight.”
Breathe, Gert. Breathe.
“Wow. You nervous?” she asks, all guru.
“Maybe.” I swallow bile.
“I think I’d be puking.”
“Hadn’t occurred to me,” I lie.