Feature Follow Friday #1

Feature Follow Friday – Hosted by Parajunkee & Alison Can Read

I stumbled onto Feature Follow Friday via several tangential leaps that started from Goodreads. It looks like a fun way to get to know other Review sites and to throw our own into the mix. I’m tossing Silk Screen Views into the lineup and it’ll be interesting to see what happens.

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While this is SSV’s first Feature Follow Friday, it is #142 for Parajunkee & Alison Can Read.

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QUESTION of the WEEK

Tell us about the most emotional scene you’ve ever read in a book–and how did you react?

I don’t have a favorite emotional scene. There are a number of scenes that I love for a variety of reasons. Instead of naming one scene that stands out amongst the rest, I’ll name one from a book I read recently. Written in Red is the latest novel by Anne Bishop and the first book of a new series called the Others. Anne has been one of my favorite authors since I picked up her first book and chomped it to bits in utter abandon. In this book, there’s a young Wolf-pup named Sam. Since he witnessed his mother’s death two years ago, Sam hasn’t shifted into his human form. He only feels safe behind bars, inside a kennel cage in his Uncle Simon’s apartment. Meg enters Sam’s life, rouses his curiosity, lifts his mind from his nightmares, gains his trust and helps him to find enough courage to be adventure buddies. Instead of cowering in a corner, Sam learns to live again and becomes a boundless, hyper young boy pup. One of many emotional scenes in the book. I highly recommend it!

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