Booking Through Thursday: National Book Week



This week’s Booking Through Thursday prompt: “It’s National Book Week. The rules: Grab the closest book to you. Go to page 56. Copy the 5th sentence as your status. (We’ve done something similar to this before, but it’s always fun, so … why not?)”

Yes, his body remembered how it curled before he hit the hard-packed sand—how they lifted his feet up and over his head and he spiraled out of the open-ended truck.

[amazon_link id=”0061579289″ target=”_blank” ]Adam & Eve[/amazon_link] by Sena Jeter Naslund

photo credit: the bbp


One thought on “Booking Through Thursday: National Book Week

  1. "The idea of having "overwritten herself" was not the only thing preying on Austen's mind early in 1816. Henry Austen's banking business, which prospered during the war years, suffered a corresponding slump in 1815 when farmers began to default on their debts."

    Sound familiar? Jane'a Fame by Claire Harman

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