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The Friday 56

Welcome to Week 22 with me!

*Grab a book, any book.
*Turn to page 56.
*Find any sentence that grabs you.
*Post it.
*Add your (url) post below in Linky.

It's that simple.

The Priests Graveyard - Ted Dekker (TOURS April 11)

Page 56:

His antics made me laugh.


  1. Heaven is:

    Feeling absoluty loved and adored
    Feeling known, understood, his soul mate
    Being able to resolve differences effortlessly
    Never feeling hurt or disappointed
    Sustained chemistry

  2. Ted Dekker is a great author.

  3. Good one, short and to the point. Was it a grotesque, fantastic, or ludicrous gesture? Maybe a playful trick? Have a great weekend getting all settled in!

  4. Wondering if those antics took place in the graveyard......

  5. Wow, that bit totally doesn't go with the cover.

  6. I agree with carlsnotebook, that sentence basically is the opposite of what the cover gives off. Good one!!

  7. I could not get my Friday posts today sadly.. had a very loooong day. I enjoyed yours though.. Short, sweet and still manages to tease us a bit.

  8. At first I look at the line as being funny but the more I thought about it I realized those few words could have different meanings, some on the dark side. Interesting!

  9. Sorry I didn't get here this Friday. Was gone on a museum trip and then a date with HUBBY.

    Love the cover of this book, Freda! Thanks for stopping by my blog for Friday 56 this week! Have a great one!

  10. Looking at the book I wonder what could possibly make anyone laugh.


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