A Wonderful Book #Teaser Tuesday 4

My current read is a truly wonderful book, quite aptly named Wonder by RJ Palacio. Here’s a line, or rather two lines, for this week’s Teaser Tuesday, which is hosted by Should Be Reading. Do make time to drop by at the end of week for the review. This one is an exceptional read.


“There are always going to be jerks in the world, Auggie,” she said, looking at me. “But I really believe, and Daddy really believes, that there are more good people on this earth than bad people, and the good people watch out for each other and take care of each other.” 



If you fancy joining in, here’s how…
• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two teaser sentences from somewhere on that page
• Share the title and author so other TT participants can add the book to their TBR lists if they like your teasers!

14 thoughts on “A Wonderful Book #Teaser Tuesday 4

  1. Zephyr

    I had read this books some years ago. And being a sucker for such stories, loved every bit of it. Young adult fiction is the bestest genre, if you ask me 🙂

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      1. Beat About The Book Post author

        You’re right Zephyr. The kind of books that are being written for this segment are absolutely wonderful.


    1. Beat About The Book Post author

      I thought so too. What an uplifting thought. If all of us truly believed that we’d be in a much happier place.


  2. nabanita

    Love the view, something that I must admit I struggle with. Here are two lines from the book I’m reading, “It’s a victory celebration to honour the Fuhrer, as you know. And I have a solo,” she said, nervous all of a sudden. What was this night so different from all the others? “Is it too much” She had to ask.
    “No. Not too much. Not too much at all.” He looked down at her still, curiously quiet. “So, are you able to play? Your hands?”

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      1. Beat About The Book Post author

        Ooh a World War II book. And that’s an interesting bit. I’ll look this one up too. Thanks for sharing Naba.



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