Hosted by Busy Moms Who Love To Read, it's a fun opportunity to see what everyone is reading... here are the rules:
- Pick up the book you are currently reading.
- Go to page 100 and type that very last complete sentence on the page.
- If it is a spoiler at all be sure to put **Spoiler Alert** at the top of your comment (like if the selection announces the death of an integral character or something).
The men have bloated skin, and the women's hair has come loose and flouts cloudlike behind them, sunnies and pumpkin-seed fish scattered in it...a man with my father's face, wrists blooming roses of blood...two brothers with frosted lashes and lips, ice skates on their feet, pounding at the surface as if it were glass...small Indian girl who looks at me with serene and unforgiving eyes as she floats naked, bruises like plums on her thighs, soldier in olive drab, the stumps of his legs looking tender as a baby's skin...young men in boater-hats, young women in tight waists and bellish skirts from before the Civil War...
From: The Monsters of Templeton, by Lauren Groff
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