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Church met her at the top of the stairs, yowling like a foghorn, and led her to the infirmary. The double doors were open, and through them she could see Alec's still figure, motionless on one of the white beds.

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  1. Oh! Eery and I sense, heart wrenching.

    My teaser is from The Flight of Gemma Hardy.

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  2. Sounds like a fun one!

    http://carabosseslibrary.blogspot.com/2012/11/teaser-tuesdays_13.html

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  3. *giggles* Church! How I miss that cat! :D
    Awesome teaser!

    Here's my teaser!

    ~Stephanie @ Bookfever

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  4. Haven't heard of this one, but it sounds interesting.

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  5. this teaser is interesting.. look forward to your review..

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  6. I know this book!? of course . I've read it! Cool name for a cat . It must have been after they got attacked by the demon monster . chapter?

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  7. I still need to read this series, I am so behind!

    Thanks for stopping by Book Cover Justice :)

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  8. I hope he's all right, and just sleeping.

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  9. Terrific teaser choice Freda!! I haven't read any of this series...yet. This teaser certainly got my attention!

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  10. I am behind on this series. Great tease.

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  11. I just realized that I didn't comment on your Teaser Tuesday post! My apologies.
    I gather from another comment that Church is a cat--so that explains his yowling! And I'm curious about what has happened to Alec. A good teaser that makes me wonder what's going on.
    Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment.

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