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As evening fell, Ash pulled several food items from the horse’s pack and gave them to me; bread and
dried meat and cheese, ordinary human food. Apparently, he remembered my last experiment with eating faery food, which hadn’t turned out so well. I nibbled the dry bread, gnawed on the jerky and hoped he wouldn’t mention the Summerpod incident and the embarrassment that followed.

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  1. Well it sounds as though that first experience didn't go well... Nice teaser!

    If you'd like, you can check out mine here - it's also from a Julie Kagawa book!

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  2. Very interesting teaser, great cover too! Here's mine from Submerged by Dani Pettrey

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  3. Faery food? I never considered they might have a different diet than humans, but it makes sense. This is a great teaser.
    Mine's here Sandy's Teaser, along with a related movie trailer.

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  4. I haven't read any Julie Kagawa's book, yet. :( I'm looking to read her Iron Fey Series. Great teaser! :)

    My Teaser Tuesday

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  5. Sounds like it's been an eventful time. Lovely cover.

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  6. Okay, now I do want to know about the embarrassment! lol

    Thanks for sharing...and here's MY TUESDAY MEMES POST

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  7. *Sigh* Megan and Ash. I have to continue on with this series... I've only read the first two books. Great teaser!

    Feel free to check out my teaser here.

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  8. Great teaser, never heard of faery food.

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2012/05/teaser-tuesday_15.html

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  9. I absolutely LOVE that teaser! I haven't read it yet, but I’m definitely checking this one out – thank you for sharing! :)

    Here’s mine:

    http://amylunderman.blogspot.com/2012/05/teaser-tuesdays.html

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  10. I imagine fairy food as something so decadent you can't eat but several bites.

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