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It was all fine and well to pretend to be invisible for one minute, or two. But Liesl was not invisible, unlike her ghostly friends, and as soon as she sat down in a comfortable seat in one of the very first cars, resting the heavy wooden box beside her, people began to give her strange looks.

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  1. I've seen this book around. Looks interesting.

    My TT

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  2. Invisible? Ghostly friends? You chose a really good teaser. Sounds like an interesting book.
    Here's my teaser: Sandy's Teaser

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  3. I've seen this book a few times, it looks good. I will have to check it out. Here is my teaser: Mom Reads My Books

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  4. Now that's an intriguing teaser! Might be nice to be invisible every now and then.

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  5. 'ghostly friends, and what could be inside that wooden box beside her? wondering....

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  6. I'm curious about this one...great teaser.

    Here's MY TT POST and here’s
    MY WEBSITE

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  7. I enjoyed this one, hope you are as well.

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  8. I've seen this a few time too - sounds interesting.

    Here is my TT: http://tinyurl.com/6u76wzh

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  9. Curious teaser... nice description.

    Here's my TT ~ House Millar series

    Áine

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  10. An interesting teaser.

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2012/01/teaser-tuesday_24.html

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  11. I really enjoyed that book! Hope you are liking it. My teaser is here: http://booklovingmommy.blogspot.com/2012/01/teaser-tuesday-january-24-2012-across.html

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  12. I want to know what's in the heavy wooden box.

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  13. Like Tea, I want to know what's in the box. I'm also wondering why everyone is staring at her and why she's sitting in the car. Why does sitting in one of the very first cars make everyone stare at her?

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  14. I like your teaser this week! I think I would like this book. Here's mine: http://pamelasbookspot.blogspot.com/2012/01/teaser-tuesday_25.html

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  15. Ghostly friends? Sounds good. Great teaser.

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