If you caught my last ‘Spotlight’ post, you will know that I shook up the format. I decided that it was time to start highlighting passages and quotes of some of the books currently on my shelves. Since then, I have also given the series a new name ‘Book Showcase’. It is probably not the most original of names but considering I came up with it at 7 o’clock the other morning, it was the best I could do, and that was also after being awake since 4.
For the last post on the Daughter of the Burning City (which I didn’t end up reading, although it is on my “hopeful” pile for the month), I found the quote by doing this:
- pick up any book (current read, last book you read, or the next book on your tbr pile)
- randomly pick a page
- find a sentence or two to showcase the book.
The book I am showcasing this week is Flame in the Mist by Renée Ahdieh.
“Markio was left to ruminate on all that occurred.
All she had learned.
The only conclusion she was left to consider was this:
There was far more to the Black Clan than she’d first thought.”
Now if that doesn’t tell me to read more of this book, then I don’t know what will. At the time I’m writing this I’m less than 100 pages in so, hopefully, I will know what this passage is implying the more I read and get into the book.
Are there any passages or quotes from your books that you would like to share?
Thanks for reading and have a good day!