Wolves made sense to her; wolves were one of the few things worth dying for. It seemed unlikely, though, that anyone would ask her to: After all, wolves were, in general, on the other side of the equation.From page 14 of The Wolf Wilder by Katherine Rundell.
But then at the end of the morning something happens, something abnormal, making this day different than all the days before.
From page 26 of Don't You Cry by Mary Kubica.
She'd still been awake when the sun started peeking through the curans, unable to sleep in a castle full of her enemies. She'd spent almost a year planning to infiltrate the castle, but the reality of being surrounded by people who would kill her if they discovered her true identity was more unsettling than anticipated.From page 21 of Ruined by Amy Tintera.
Against his father's wishes, Hans had joined the Hitler Youth movement when he was fourteen. His father, Robert, was opposed to Germany's new leader, Adolf Hitler, and his National Socialist, or Nazi, political party. "Don't believe them," he warned his children.From page 1 of We Will Not Be Silent--The White Rose Student Resistance Movement that Defied Adolf Hitler by Russell Freedman.
Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Books and a Beat. Anyone can play along, so I thought I would play for fun! Just pick two sentences from the book you are reading.