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Teaser Tuesday: No Touch Monkey


Teaser Tuesdays by: Should Be Reading

Flip to a random page anywhere in your current read and copy down two (2) “teaser” sentences.  Share the title and author and then post your teasers in the comment section of this week’s Teaser Tuesdays at Should Be Reading!

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Title:

No Touch Monkey: And Other Travel Lessons Learned Too Late

No Touch Monkey!: And Other Travel Lessons Learned Too Late

Author:

Ayun Halliday

Teaser:

[pg. 117]  Just as the finish line appeared on the horizon, I lost my balance, my windmilling arms hurled the flashlight to its death on the cement floor, and I unleashed a torrent of pee on my sarong.  Remembering the scene where John Malkovich dies of dysentery in The Sheltering Sky, I reminded myself that it could be worse.

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I have one more chapter to read of this hilarious travel book, so stay tuned for my review!

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6 responses »

  1. Sounds very interesting and i love the cover. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

    My teaser is from Appointment with Death

    Reply
  2. This sounds like a book I’d love! Thanks for posting the teaser.
    Here’s mine: Sandy’s Teaser

    Reply
  3. “After a day or two I decided to go fishing. Got me a line and a hook and some baloney and went over on the dock and fished for anything that would bite, I had good luck and caught several big catfish and eels.”

    “The ships rails were lined with veterans who had seen hell, and returned home, leaving the great heroes who will stay out there, buried on an island or at sea.”

    A Boy, A Ship & A War by Claud Aldrich

    Reply

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