Ok, I'm playing.
*Grab your current read and play along. Let the book fall open to a random page and *Share with us two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page.
*Please also share the title of the book from which your “teaser” comes from.
*And please avoid spoilers!
My "teasers" are from John Berendt's "City of Falling Angels".
"Venice could be a disorienting place, even for people who lived there and thought they knew it well. The narrow, winding streets, together with the serpentine course of the Grand Canal and the absence of any landmarks visible from a distance, made it difficult to keep one's bearings. Ernest Hemingway described Venice as a 'strange, tricky town'; and walking in it as 'better than working crossword puzzles'. To me it occasionally felt like walking through a funhouse, especially at times when, twenty minutes after having set out on a course that I had thought was a straight line, I discovered I was right back where I started."
So I put in 4 lines. Call me a rule breaker!
Happy Teaser Tuesday!