Here are my Saturday Snippets from a few of the books I am currently reading!
And he thinks about his mother. She actually chose to be a vampire. It didn't make sense. To want to be a monster.
Then Peter stands up and Rowan sees him notice something in the mirror. He licks his thumb and wipes the remaining blood from his cheek, and smiles awkardly. "Anyway, we'll talk more tomorrow. We've got to try to be strong. For Clara. We don't want to look suspicious."
That's all we've ever looked, thinks Rowan, as his father closes the door.
- Page 81, The Radleys by Matt Haig
It's hard to believe now, but this was a pretty radical decision at the time. Though popular in major cities on the coasts, going pro was still kind of a down-market thing do do in the suburbs, and at my school in particular.
- Page 39, Bumped by Megan McCafferty
Magister knew what he was doing, he told himself while turning a corner and dashing up a broad staircase. After all, he was the cacographic apprentice, Shannon the grand wizard.Clearly he could handle the thirteen year olds while the old man dealt with the truly fearful forces of zealous sentinels, academic factions, and inhuman murderers.
- Page 109, Spellwright by Blake Charlton