Teaser Tuesday is a weekly feature, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading.
High school brought people together; graduation tore them apart. Love wasn't forever; it was for a moment. And the only thing that made anyone special was the ability to spread out the moments of bliss. To savor them instead of gorging on them.
~ Love and Other Theories by Alexis Bass, Kindle Location 272 (ARC)
"So, this playlist," she said. "Can I hear something else from it? Do you have your iPod?" "Always," I said, and got it out of my pocket. I thought about what song to play for her. There were so many darkly beautiful songs on there, but they were so sad, and I didn't want to bring the mood back down. I wondered if I should make it a test- pick one of the songs I hadn't heard before and see if she knew it- but I wasn't sure what I wanted her to say. Finally I chose one, and we shared earbuds again, like we had the day of Hayden's funeral.
~ Playlist for the Dead by Michelle Falkoff, Kindle Location 2065 (ARC)
I walked down the neat rows of caskets often enough that they became a mundane piece of funeral furniture. I never climbed in one. I thought about it, but they were like a well-made hotel bed--I didn't like to crumple the sheets until it was time to go to sleep.
~ The Undertaker's Daughter by Kate Mayfield, Kindle Location 1856-1866 (ARC)
A confession might be considered the 'king of evidence,' but royalty wasn't what it used to be.
~ Asylum City by Liad Shoham, pg. 157