Third Sentence Thursday is a meme hosted by book blog That’s What She Read, where bloggers open the book they are currently reading to a random page and share the third full sentence with their blog readers.
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Yay, I found time to blog! Yes, I know I’m cheating with a meme but…yay? 😛
It’s been another super busy week juggling uni, work, birthdays and dates. I have managed to finish reading The Queen of the Tearling by Erika Johansen though! The review will be up closer to the release date in Australia.
So this week, for my TST I will be featuring: The Wilful Princess & The Piebald Prince by Robin Hobb. It’s so good guys, SO good.
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Her noble suitor would not apologize for her being missing, saying plainly that she sought to out-ride him, and she had. (p. 40)
Then she said, “I have lost so many things. My mother is gone, she will never dance at my wedding…” (p. 57)
And little did I have to do with her after, or she with me. (p. 86)
So what do you think? Have you read Robin Hobb before?
Fun fact: I showed my boyfriend the book and he thought I was reading “Robin Hood” because the author’s name was bigger than the title and he’d misread it. When I looked at him confusedly as he talked about Robin Hood, he finally realised that he misread the title and I almost cried laughing at him. Hehehe >:D