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Teaser Tuesday

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* Grab your current read.
* Let the book fall open to a random page.
* Share with us two (2) “teaser” sentences from that page, somewhere between lines 7 and 12.
* You also need to share the title of the book that you’re getting your “teaser” from…that way people can have some great book recommendations if they like the teaser you’ve given.
* Please avoid spoilers!

My Teaser:

I walked into the embassy and gave them my name. They pulled out the file on me that had been started weeks before.

~Page 62, Once An Arafat Man - Tass Saada


  1. Interesting! I haven't heard of this one. Here's my teaser:

  2. Oh I need more than that! Fantastic teaser, I am now hooked and adding this novel to my ever growing TBR list. My Teaser:

  3. Interesting, I looked at the reviews for this one. Some people found the conversion to Christianity a bit over the top - did you think so?

    here is mine

  4. Given the title of the book, it sounds like a very interesting read.

    My teaser is here

  5. GREAT tease, it wasn't until I checked the picture I realised...

    Here is my Teaser Tuesday with a giveaway!

    I hope you can join in with the fun!


  6. That sounds a bit dangerous - I'm not sure I'd want the embassy to have a file on me!

    Here's my teaser.

  7. Great teaser! I'm interested to learn what this book is about.

  8. I hope you enjoy your book. Here's Mine

  9. Definitely want to know more! Great teaser!

  10. That is a little creepy to have someone keeping a file on you... I mean there is probably a few on me around.. but still!

    Stop over to my place for a drink and a tease from Spider's Bite.


  11. Great teaser. I might have to check out this book too!

    Mine is at

  12. Interesting teaser. Wonder what's in the file.

  13. Good teaser, and the cover is intriguing, I definitely want to read this. My teaser is up at Calico Contemplations.

  14. Not big on non-fiction but the teaser is intriguing.

  15. Cannot wait to read it.

    Here is my teaser:

    According to the European Transport Safety Council, 40 percent of the fatalities in plane crashes around the world occur in situations that are actually survivable. In other words, out of an average of fifteen hundred total fatalities, some six hundred people die in accidents where they might have lived.

    pg59 Survivors Club by Ben Sherwood


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