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Welcome to week 428!

RULES:

*Grab a book, any book.

*Turn to Page 56 or 56% on your ereader.
If you have to improvise, that is okay.

*Find a snippet, short and sweet.

*Post it, and add the url to your post in the Linky below.

Also join in the fun on Instagram using the hashtags #Instagram56 #Friday56

Happy weekend to you all!


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Here is my snippet from 56% on my Kindle...






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Q: Do you read books over 400 pages?
A: Yes. My reading knows no page limit.











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Comments

  1. Tequila is an interesting name to have. I hope you enjoy this one and your weekend! Happy reading.

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  2. Such a moving excerpt. I have a couple of Konrath's books and really should get reading them. Have a lovely weekend, Freda:)

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  3. Seeing the title and the glass on the cover I first thought this was about the drink - not a man! It looks good to me from these snippets.

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  4. I have been wanting to try this series for awhile. I have a few of the books on my Kindle. It really does look good. Hope you have a great weekend!

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  5. Tequila. Is that a beverage or a name? I kept trying to imagine a bottle of tequila speaking. Please check out my Friday Quotes post

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  6. I love your blog hop answer!! :) PERFECT!

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  7. I wonder if he considers that name great fun or a curse!

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  8. LOL! My read knows no page limits either!

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  9. Book Blogger Hop Participant :-)

    I have to be honest and say that books with 400+ pages do tend to put me off, 200-300 is my average. I'm not a speedy reader and my time is precious. That’s not to say I haven’t read longer books and really enjoyed them because I have, there are at least half a dozen books on my Goodreads 5 star rating shelf that are over 400 pages long.

    I think it helps if there’s enough going on in the plot to keep me engaged, for example, Blade of Darkness by Dianne Duvall was 541 pages long and I absolutely loved it and devoured every page! The same with Monster Hunter International by Larry Correia which is a whopping 735 pages long.

    I suppose the length of a book wont be a consideration when dealing with my favourite authors or those who I've read and enjoyed before but may cause me reluctance for new-to-me authors.

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