TT #40 / FPTI #28

BannerI decided to combine the Teaser Tuesday, hosted by MizB from A Daily Rhythm, with the First Chapter ~ First Paragraph Tuesday Intros, hosted by Bibliophile By the Sea.

Today I decided to feature The Young Elites By Marie Lu.

I borrowed it from my library and I’m halfway through, but I have to confess I’m kind of bored by it.


I’m going to die tomorrow morning.
That’s what the Inquisitors tell me, anyway, when they visit my cell. I’ve been in here for weeks – I know this only because I’ve been counting the number of times my meals come.
One day. Two meals.
Four days. A week.
Two weeks.
I stopped counting after that.

Teaser from my current pages (pages 183):

People listen in grim silence. Others start to shout along, raising their fists in response. Behind Teren are three young Malfettos – one of them barely out of childhood.

What are you reading this week? Leave your link in the comment section below ๐Ÿ™‚

15 thoughts on “TT #40 / FPTI #28

  1. Foofy * Not Foofy says:

    It’s a shame it’s not better because the first paragraph and the teaser are good! If I’m not reading required to finish a book, I’ll give up on it. Too many good books out there.

    My Teaser Tuesday is a fast-paced vampire book, if you like the genre. If you have a couple hours, it’s a “read in one sitting” book. Kantara by Katy Walters:


  2. Suzie Quint says:

    I hate when a book slumps in the middle. Once, I spent six months promising myself I’d finish a book I’d gotten bored with. Finally accepted that it wasn’t going to happen.


    • I know the feeling. I will give it another 50 pages, should it get any better, I will for sure quit it. I hate spending time on a book I really have no interest in.


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