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The Friday 56 (With Book Beginnings & Instagram 56)

Welcome to Week 244!


Rules:
*Grab a book, any book.
*Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader
(If you have to improvise, that's ok.)
 *Find any sentence, (or few, just don't spoil it)
*Post it.
*Add your (url) post below in Linky. Add the post url, not your blog url. 
*It's that simple.



Or join The Friday 56 on Instagram!

Rules:
* Grab a book and find a creative way to showcase your 56.
It can be a photo of the book and the 56 in comments, or whatever you come up with.
Make sure to use the hashtag #Friday56
*Add your Instagram url to the Linky.
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You take off your belt.
 And it happens again.



A photo posted by Freda Mans (@fredasphotos) on
                                   ONLY FRIDAY 56 PARTICIPANTS MAY USE THE LINKY.

Book Beginnings leave your links in the comments if you didn't join in the Friday 56.
Book Beginnings

Susanna Byrd turned nine that Thursday morning at 7:17am.









**No compensation was received for posting. Compensation will be earned if purchases are made from the links within. This is a meme post. 

Comments

  1. I've been hearing about this one, it sounds like an immensely powerful novel. Hope you enjoy your weekend!

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  2. 17 points of view? How on earth do you keep track of that many? This must be wild.

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  3. Great visual snippets; riveting and chilling! I can only imagine...

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  4. This sounds like a powerful read.

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  5. Okay I must admit I am curious about this one....lol.

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  6. Oooh this sounds really exciting! I wonder what is up with that belt and why there's screaming. And that cover is pretty chilling! Also, I love your quote Instagrams, they look great! Thanks for hosting :) I hope you have a great weekend!
    My Friday post
    Juli @ Universe in Words

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  7. I'm checking this out right now! The cover and blurb grabbed me right away and now you've got me more curious! Have a lovely weekend, Freda!

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  8. I absolutely loved this book. One of the best and most unique books I've ever read.

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  9. Yikes, I think I know what the belt's for. I hope I'm wrong.

    I checked this book out via your link and it sounds really good!

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  10. Wow...sounds a bit scary.

    The cover is scary too.

    I hope you enjoy the book.

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    My Book Beginnings

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  11. I have an issue with reading violence. I read suspense thrillers all the time, but they started getting too dark for me. That's why I read cozy mysteries now. I hope you enjoy it though!

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  12. That cover is kind of creepy, and your Friday quotes sure are vague.

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  13. Again? WHAT HAPPENS AGAIN? Agggh, Freda, why do you do this to me!

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  14. Thanks so much for adding me Freda. Been hanging out with the fambly. :-) Your tease has me thinking, "What?" Wonder what that is all about. LOL
    sherry @ fundinmental My TT

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