Please join me every Friday to share the first sentence (or so) of the book you are reading, along with your initial thoughts about the sentence, impressions of the book, or anything else the opener inspires. Please remember to include the title of the book and the author's name.
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MY BOOK BEGINNING
Isadora, separated from Josh, is like a kid in her twenties.
-- Parachutes & Kisses by Erica Jong. This is the third book in Jong's Isadora Wing trilogy that started with the terrifically good Fear of Flying (almost reviewed here) and How to Save Your Own Life (reviewed here).
Thanks so much for hosting! I am giving away 2 copies of "Cleans Up Nicely" on today's post so I hope everyone comes by and comments for a chance to win!ReplyDelete
I think that is a good series to read. I'll go look up for this one.ReplyDelete
Wow, I've read the first two, but somehow missed this one. Adding it to my list!ReplyDelete
I started reading Erica Jong's Fear of Flying but never got through it! Looks like an author I need to get back to :)ReplyDelete
This series sounds great - will have to check it out.ReplyDelete
I have never been tempted by any of Jong's writing, I'm afraid, so this probably won't be a book for me.
I checked out the reviews and blurb about all the books in the series and can only conclude that Isadora is never going to be happy with what she has going on in her life and is never going to commit to anything or anyone.
Thanks for sharing your lines and hosting and I hope that you enjoy the book.
I haven't read any books in this series.ReplyDelete
THANKS for sharing.
My Book Beginnings
Hmmm...a kid in his twenties...ReplyDelete
Interesting opening, I wonder why Isadora is like a kid in her twenties...ReplyDelete
Happy reading! My Friday Book Memes