I want to bring Six Sentence Sunday back to the blog, because it’s so much fun to do. Just six sentences to get people interested. Can it be done? I’m not sure. But it’s a blast to pick the moment out.
Today’s selection comes from “The Crimson League,” because the ebook is on sale for 99 cents for just one more week.
In this passage, Kora and her best friend, a boy named Sedder, have met up with the Crimson League, who saved them from an assault by a troop of soldiers. (The soldiers had their reasons.) But what should they do next? When Kora decides she has to send her family to safehouse….
“So you’ll join them at the safehouse?”
Kora looked away. Sedder directed her gaze back to him. “Kora Porteg, you’re going to that safehouse?”
For the second time that afternoon, Kora took Sedder’s arm to expose the wound across his wrist. “You think you’re the only one they’ve done that to?”
Hope today’s selection piques some interest. This is perhaps one of my favorite scenes in the book.