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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.


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

    My teaser is from The Flight of Gemma Hardy.

  2. Sounds like a fun one!

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

    Here's my teaser!

    ~Stephanie @ Bookfever

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

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

  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?

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

    Thanks for stopping by Book Cover Justice :)

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

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

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

  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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