What is your first book of the year?Well, I am already about eight books in... but the first one I finished in January was Kander and Ebb by James Leve.
I flicked my fingers in and out of the Bunsen burner's flame, flirting with the flickering orange and purple and grinning with amusement.
From page 56:
Falcon went flying downward, and I didn't stick around to see if he hit the ground or recovered from the blow.
Avari has always been a social outcast, which is just fine by him; he has superhuman abilities and hates people. But his lab partner Chayton keeps being so friendly, and Avari can't stop staring at his alluring smile.
When he loses control of his abilities, Avari is faced with a startling revelation about himself—one that's both thrilling and dangerous. As Avari seeks to understand Chayton, he finds himself coming out of his shell, and his connection with Chayton grows deeper.
Meanwhile, a mysterious adversary appears who may hold answers to who Avari really is. Fueled by his curiosity, Avari continues his path of destruction—but he can't help wonder if his secrets will tear apart his shaky new bond with Chayton.
Eight books already? Wow. You must be the winner. My Friday QuotesReplyDelete
Ha! Thanks, Anne. I have definitely made a good start!Delete
Masks sounds temptimg, so I will want to know more. Thanks for sharing, and here's mine: “BY THE BOOK”ReplyDelete
Thanks for the visit, Laurel.Delete
I love how vivid it sounds!! Happy weekend!ReplyDelete
Thanks Freda. Same to you.Delete
Hmm. I'm intrigued now!ReplyDelete
My Friday 56 from The Haunting Of Henderson Close
Thanks for the visit, Laura.Delete
This does sound intriguing! Thanks for sharing! Hope you have a great weekend! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Ashley. You too!Delete
I've never heard of Kander and Eb, probably, because I'm not into Broadway.ReplyDelete
You may know some of their shows, though: Cabaret, Chicago...Delete
They also wrote the New York, New York song!
Sounds like an exciting read. Hope you enjoy the weekend!ReplyDelete
Thanks Alicia. You too.Delete
I think I'm going to add this to my tbr. Thanks for sharing. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Lauren. I just finished. It was okay, but had potential to be more.Delete
So sorry for the late comment back.....:( Work has been stealing time away from my blogging. I'm now frantically trying to catch up! :)ReplyDelete
I've never heard of "Kander and Ebb", so I looked it up on Goodreads. Interesting nonfiction! I'm adding it to my Goodreads shelves! Thanks for the heads up!!
Thanks as well for commenting on my BBH post, and Happy Belated New Year!!! <3 :)
No problem, Maria. I know how it is at times! All the best.Delete