Teaser Tuesday – Velocity

I finished one book last night and started another today. Normally it takes some time to, I don’t know, dig into a new book. At least, I feel like it’s been that way for me lately… until today. I don’t know if it’s because the author is just that good or if it’s really because my son managed to blow through 7.5GB of data in 4 days, so I can’t use my data when I’m not on Wi-Fi which in turn means I have nothing to do on the train but read. It’s mostly likely a combination of the two, but whatever it is, I managed to read almost 100 pages today on my train rides to and from work.

I was worried I wouldn’t have a Teaser Tuesday today, but as it stands, I almost have too much to choose from!

It’s my first time reading Dean Koontz, but I have to say, I’m really digging his writing style. I keep pausing to enjoy wording and the way he manages to write a conversation without killing a person with “he said” “she said” annoyances. (Note: some are fine, but there are times when they begin to wear on a reader’s nerves and I finally realize why they say to use them sparingly.)

The book is Velocity. I grabbed a quote from page 39:

“In Billy Wiles’s opinion, Jackie would have made a fine priest. Every human being has appetites difficult to control, but far fewer have humility, gentleness, and an awareness of their weaknesses.”

Brought to you as part of Teaser Tuesday hosted by Miz B of A Daily Rhythm. Feel free to click the link and join in the reading fun.

9 thoughts on “Teaser Tuesday – Velocity

  1. I have heard a lot of him but haven’t read any so far but your quote makes me re-decide…. not that my reading list is too short ;-). Thanks for sharing

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  2. I am glad that you are reading a lot again. I just finished a book entitled “Earning Eternity” by Josi S Kilpack. What a delightful story. Have the rest of a great day.

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