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  1. Margot @ Joyfully Retired
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    This isn’t really my kind of story. I’ll pass on this one, but I do hope it’s a good read for you.
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  2. Cleo @ Cleopatra Loves Books
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    Although this isn’t my chosen genre I can see the appeal in that opening

  3. Emma
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    I don’t mind the odd book with magical themes but this might be a step too far for me I think.
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  4. Kay
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    Not really my usual read, but my goodness, what a first line! Loved it! Enjoy!

  5. laura
    laura at |

    The opening makes the book sound fabulous. I hope you enjoy it!
    Laura

  6. Laurel-Rain Snow
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    I don’t usually read this kind of story, but the excerpt did pique my interest. Thanks for sharing…and here’s mine: “LILLIAN BOXFISH TAKES A WALK”

  7. Lorraine Montgomery
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    Not my usual thing but I really liked the summary and the intro and I’d keep reading. Sounds like it might be a teen read but I enjoy those. (Must be from teaching that age for so long and reading everything before putting it in my classroom.) Thanks for sharing that. Here’s my intro/teaser link for today from a book that begins as about as gruesome as it gets: http://wp.me/p4DMf0-1t1

  8. Colletta
    Colletta at |

    I’m not usually into “magical” stories but I hope you enjoy!

    Stop by if you get a chance:

    http://collettaskitchensink.blogspot.com/2017/01/teaser-tuesday-crafty-killing-12417.html

    Colletta

  9. Jordan Rose
    Jordan Rose at |

    I’m so looking forward to reading this one! It sounds wonderful, I hope you’re enjoying it. 🙂

  10. diane
    diane at |

    Like the covert, from the intro I don’t think this is for me.