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First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Escape Room by Christopher Edge

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Escape Room by Christopher Edge

Escape Room by Christopher Edge, Children's Book, Mystery, Save the world, Sci-fi, Silhouettes, fires
This is The Escape.
It looks just how I imagined it would look: a neon blade of a building rising above the dark windowless warehouses that surround it. LED lights shimmer across its mirrored surfaces as I approach, catching my reflection in a kaleidoscope of colour.
I’m buzzing with excitement. This is my reward for working so hard: an evening of adventure at The Escape.
That’s if I can find my way in.
Top 10 Books July 2020

Top 10 Books July 2020

Morning all!!

July 2020, Books, Top 10, Picture Books, Graphic Novels, Children's Books, Humour, Sex, Sci-fi

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Review for Dead Voices

Review for Dead Voices

Dead Voices, Small Spaces, Katherine Arden, Blue Cover, Car, Woods, Mountains“I believe in memory. I believe in remembering someone you love so well that it becomes kind of like a ghost. You remember someone so hard that it feels like they’re in the next room, just around the corner, that they could walk in any minute.”

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First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ The Chosen

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ The Chosen

The Chosen, Taran Matharu, Red, Ninja, Sword, Moon, Planets, Night Sky, Cliff, Dark Clothes, Contender #1, Young Adult, Sci-Fi, Magic
The creature circled below Cade like a shark around a sinking ship. It leaped for him, its jaws snapping just below the narrow ledge he stood on. He shuffled back, pressing his shoulders into the cold stone of the canyon wall. There was an eight-foot drop to the ground, and the bare earth had been churned to a thick sludge by the pacing of the monster beneath him.

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ The Waking Forest

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ The Waking Forest


Let’s start with the Witch in the Woods.
Only children could find her, the Witch, led by foxes faintly glowing in the darkness between sleeping and waking. Together they traveled through dreamland until they came to an archway like an eye half open, big enough only to crawl through.
Beneath the stars, the moon a bouquet of blue-violet bruises, the Witch lived in a castle with turrets of unnaturally thick tree trunks and broad walls of entwined branches and leaves, the battlements formed by the oversize molars of some unfathomable animal. The crisscrossed bones of the portcullis gleamed in the milky midnight light as the drawbridge of melded cloven hooves lowered over rushing river.