Friday, July 14, 2017

Peek Inside a Book - Come Sundown


When I was deciding to come back to the blog I was looking through all the blogging memes that the blogs I read follow. I had done Book Beginnings and The Friday 56 a handful of times, but over at Mixed Book Bag, JC merged them together and I really like that idea.  So borrowing from her I'm going to start linking up to both Book Beginnings on Friday from Rose City Reader and The Friday 56 with Freda's Voice.


This week the book Come Sundown by Nora Roberts is my current read.

Come Sundown
It Begins: 
Prologue
- Western Montana, 1991 -

Alice Bodine relieved herself behind a thin screen of lodgepole pines. 


On Page 56:
He had the novices on a couple of reliable hacks - though the bay they called Biff could be as lazy as a teenage boy on a summer morning. He plodded along under the man while the nervous giggle rode the cooperative Maybelle.


Verdict:
This novel is broken down into four parts. I'm about halfway through the second part and enjoying the story. I've already got my suspicions about things, but knowing Nora I can't be sure if I'm right or not and probably will find out when she tells us.

She paints such a great picture, I miss my brief time in Montana!

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