Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Word of the Week: Lament and Weekly 100 Words

Here are my 100 words from Sunday at Tiffany's by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet prologue:

     "Michael was running as fast as he could, racing down thickly congested streets toward New York Hospital — Jane was dying there — when suddenly a scene from the past came back to him, a dizzying rush of overpowering memories that nearly knocked him out of his sneakers. He remembered sitting with Jane in the Astor Court at the St. Regis Hotel, the two of them there under circumstances too improbable to imagine. He remembered everything perfectly — Jane's hot fudge and coffee ice cream sundae, what they had talked about — as if it had happened yesterday. All of it almost impossible to...."
This meme is hosted by Ruthi at Ruthi Reads!  The object is simple:  share exactly 100 words from the book you are currently reading, and no spoilers!  Be sure to include your book's title, author, and page number in your post.  Head over to Ruthi's site and add your link to your book!  Happy Reading!

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