Friday 56 is hosted at Freda's Voice and Book Beginnings is hosted by Rose City Reader. The idea is to share a sentence or so from the first page and the 56th page of the book you are currently reading!
"In an effort to reduce the overwhelming incidence of insanity and serial killing in the Psy population, the Psy Council decided, in the year 1969, to instigate a rigorous program called silence."
"Good thing he'd never liked easy prey."
This book (the whole series actually) came highly recommended to me from Veronika at Regal Critiques. And so far it is living up to that recommendation. It's been a while since I've read a paranormal romance but it's a genre I used to enjoy a lot. The prologue (which is one and a half pages) was basically world building. Which could have felt clunky but actually worked really well and means there isn't constant info-dumping throughout the story. I am almost finished with this first book and I will definitely be continuing the series.
Probably not for me, but I am fascinated by the sound of it, nevertheless. Enjoy! Thanks for sharing, and here's mine: “THE OTHER WIDOW”ReplyDelete
I wound up really loving it!Delete
I love this series. I should go back and read the first book again while I'm waiting for the newest to be released. I am reading Enemy Games by Marcella Burnard from my TBR mountain this week. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
I'm so glad I started this series! Didn't know there was a new one being released that's exciting!Delete
This sounds interesting. I haven't heard of it before, so thanks for mentioning it.ReplyDelete
It's a really enjoyable read!Delete
I don't often read paranormal, so this book may not be one I'd enjoy. But I do like the beginning. The cover is striking too.ReplyDelete
My Friday post features THE LAST ANNIVERSARY.
I generally enjoy it when I do read it but I don't read it often!Delete
Quite the cover, and PSy stuff can be interesting. I like reading about psy powers, if that what it's about.ReplyDelete
Yeah basically, they have different categories of Psy - like telekinesis etc. It was really interesting and apparently gets explored more deeply in future books!Delete