Tuesday, January 5, 2010

It's Tuesday... Where are you? (8)


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I am with Evy Stone and Alex as she cleans up his wounds. They just got attacked by other hunters who tracked Evy to Alexs' apartment. They broke through the window and surprised Evy and Alex as she just got done explaining to Alex she was Evy a dreg hunter in the body of his recently deceased room mate and girl friend. It took some work but Alex believes her, also with the attack. They are going to get cleaned up and leave to save Wyatt, we are sure the police will be showing up soon - some neighbor had to hear the fight and gun shots.
Three Days to Dead
By Kelly Meding

10 comments:

  1. Thanks for referring me to this meme! I get the idea now-- similar to a teaser, but with a twist. Fun! I can't really do that this week as I'm in a non-fiction, but that won't last long. I'm a fiction girl!

    Laura Hartness
    The Calico Critic

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  2. You always read such fascinating books! The story lines pop!

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  3. Ooh...I hadn't really given much thought about this book, but after this little blurb...my attention has been snagged.

    Great one!

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  4. Laura - Glad you enjoyed it! You could do it with non-fiction, but it seems (for me) more fun with fiction. lol. I am as well a fiction girl. Thanks for stopping by!

    Sheila - Thanks for the complement. I always love reading you Tuesdays Where are you. I feel they really tell a lot of the books.

    Jessica - I am glad it caught your attention. I am really enjoying the book. I am hoping to be done here this weekend, I am about half way right now. I will get my review up as soon as I am done.

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  5. Sounds exciting! What the heck is a dreg hunter? Hmm...

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  6. Hi Jackie! A Dreg Hunter is one who is like a bounty hunter for paranormal creatures who have broken some sort of rule or law; vampires, goblins, gremlins, weres, and etc. Dreg is just a term by the author to classify this class to. I am really enjoying this book. Thanks for stopping by!

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  7. This sounds like an intriguing book. I've been rather disappointed with most of the urban fantasies that I've read recently, but I think I'd like to give this one a try.

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  8. This is one of the more intriguing meme's I've seen. Nice intro to it!

    Now, I may need to get this book. "sigh"

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  9. Simcha - I am really interested in this book. There is a great mystery here that I just love to try to figure out. I really am enjoying this.

    Melissa - I am really glad you enjoyed the meme. I really enjoy getting into the world of the book when doing this. I know the feeling of another book to the stack or list. wow... Hope you enjoy it if you get it.

    Michelle (Red Headed Book Child) - I am glad to introduce you to a new book. I try at times to get something that others are not reading to help you find something else to add to that ever growing list of books to get. lol. Glad to catch your eye.

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