Friday Book Share was created by Shelley Wilson. Anyone can have a go – all you need to do is answer the following questions based on a book you are currently reading/finished reading this week and use the hashtag #FridayBookShare. The rules are as follow:
First line of the book.
Recruit fans by adding the book blurb.
Introduce the main character using only three words.
Delightful design (add the cover image of the book).
Audience appeal (who would enjoy reading this book?)
Your favorite line/scene.
Myron is back! I’ve waited five loooong years for his return.
First line: The boy who has been missing for ten years steps into the light.
Recruit fans by adding book blurb: The boy who had been missing for ten years was right in front of him … A decade ago, kidnappers grabbed two boys from wealthy families and demanded ransom, then went silent.
No trace of the boys ever surfaced.
For ten years their families have been left with nothing but painful memories and a quiet desperation for the day that has finally, miraculously arrived: Myron Bolitar and his friend Win believe they have located one of the boys, now a teenager.
Where has he been for ten years, and what does he know about the day, more than half a life ago, when he was taken? And most critically: what can he tell Myron and Win about the fate of his missing friend?
Drawing on his singular talent, Harlan Coben delivers an explosive and deeply moving thriller about friendship, family, and the meaning of home.
Introduce the main character: Myron is driven, humorous, and fiercely loyal.
Audience appeal: Fans of well-written, suspenseful thrillers laced with humor and unforgettable characters.
Your favorite line/scene: You needed a student ID to enter the building, so Myron waited by the door. To blend in, he donned a baseball cap and carried an empty pizza box.
Myron Bolitar, Master of Disguise.