Teaser Tuesdays #101 – July 5th: Cascadia

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TEASER TUESDAYS is a weekly book meme originally featured at Books And A Beat. To participate, just open the book you are currently reading to a random page, and choose two ‘teaser’ sentences from somewhere on that page. (no spoilers!)

I have finally been able to pick up one of my pending ARCs now the publish date is closer (July 11th): Cascadia by H.W. “Buzz” Bernard. It promises to be an adrenaline-filled suspense story about the after effects of extreme natural events (in this case a massive earthquake and tsunami), so I’m definitely looking forward to continue reading it!

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My teaser (17%):

“Shack looked away from his computer and stared out of the window of his den into a late afternoon cloudburst drenching the Atlanta landscape. He could still smell Alex’s perfume, Fendi, after all these years; notes of rose and orange sprinkled with pepper.”

What are you reading right now?

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6 thoughts on “Teaser Tuesdays #101 – July 5th: Cascadia

  1. I like the sound of your choice.
    I’ve just started reading “The Other Queen” by Philippa Gregory, about the conspiracies surrounding two of the most fascinating royal women in history, Queen Elizabeth of England and Queen Mary of Scots, and a third, not royal but equally fascinating, Bess of Hardwick. This is Bess, speaking of her 4th husband, the Earl of Shrewsbury:
    ‘Maybe he is in love with the Queen of Scots. Perhaps he has enjoyed her looks, and who could blame him?’

    • Your book sounds really interesting as well; I always enjoy a good historical fiction story and The Other Queen is definitely right up my alley. I hope you will enjoy it and thanks for sharing your teaser!

  2. Yes… it’s a fascinating era of history, isn’t it? So many powerful women in a time when the world was definitely designed around men:). Your tortured scientist sounds intriguing, Yvo – are you enjoying this one? Thank you for visiting my site earlier and have a great week.

    • Cascadia was without doubt a very entertaining read and it shows the author knows a lot about the subject. Realistic fiction and suspense at its best! 🙂 Have a great week as well!

    • It’s without doubt a fast-paced and action packed suspense/realistic fiction read! There are a lot of scientific details and native american legends around the whole massive earthquake and tsunami disaster and it really shows the author knows what he’s talking about.

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