Okay, round two of this little book game, started by Lesefee. A game, that is for everyone who likes to participate. It is easy to do. Just find your sentence in the book you are currently reading, create your post, write a little something over it or not; and on Saturday you can go over to Lesefee´s blog (if you want) and post a short comment where you set a link to your post so that others can read it.

1. Take your current reading.
2. Go to page 158; find sentence 10, and share with us how your “Saturday sentence” reads.

As of today I started reading The Goblin Emperor, my sentence this time is:

A soprano of the great opera house Zhaö would present a series of famous´ opera aria.  

I have no context of this scene, so I don´t know what this scene is all about. But I hope since this book is considered to be a high fantasy novel that it will play in a rich and colorful surroundings. I don´t know the style of the author yet, I am reading her for the very first time. I hope my translation of the sentence (I am reading the German edition) makes sense somehow ...

Happy reading



  1. It's not Saturday, but I'll play along anyway. My book is The Spice Box Letters, and the sentence is: "A detective!" In case that doesn't count, here's the next real full sentence: "Won't you tell me about that?"

    By coincidence I had actually read up to page 158 so my bookmark was right there!

    1. Hihi, you made me laugh with your comment and gave a crappy day some sunshine :-) Thanks a lot for that. And btw every sentence counts, no matter how long or short. Thanks for stopping by.

    2. Glad to brighten your day! :)


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