Friday, August 11, 2017

Friday 56 and Book Beginnings: The Ninth Circle, Book 1: Fire (The Ninth Circle #1) by C.A. Harland || Friday 50/50 : Favorite/Least Favorite Font/Style

This is a weekly meme hosted by Freda's Voice
These are the rules:
1. Grab a book, any book.
2. Turn to page 56, or 56% on your eReader.
3. Find any sentence (or a few, just don't spoil it) that grabs you.
4. Post it.
5. Add the URL to your post in the link on Freda's most recent Friday 56 post.

Please join us over at RoseCityReader 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.

     Tala Morgenstern lives for the hunt, embracing her heritage as a demon hunter. When her younger sister, Hartley, disappears while on the trail of her long-lost father, Tala must seek the help of her other sister Aiva, who has turned her back on the underworld of magic and hunting. Suspecting demonic involvement, Tala and Aiva race to find Hartley before she can be claimed by hell.
     Their search takes them deeper into the bowels of Dublin’s criminal underground, where the gangs are led by demons, and the currency is souls. With each Circle of hell bringing new dangers, and new revelations about their own place in the demon hunting world, Tala and Aiva have to rely on each other if they are to stand a chance of fighting their way to the Ninth Circle, and the demon lord who is waiting for them.

Book Beginning:
    The Truth About Cats:
Tala wasn't sure what noise had woken her, but it swept every drop of drowsiness from her body.

My 56: 
The selkie leapt forward, and Tala was about to tackle her, but she only grabbed the fur and then danced away from them both.


50/50 Friday is a new weekly link up hosted by Carrie @ The Butterfly Reader and Laura @ Blue Eye Books.  Every week they have a new topic featuring two sides of the same coin - you share a book that suits each category and link up on the hosts' blogs.

I actually have never really thought about this. I don't know what the names of most fonts are. but when I am writing on my computer I like to type in Garamond or Times New Roman. 

I guess I don't really care for Courier, it's sometimes hard to read.


  1. Ooh! This looks like an interesting book and I love the cover!

    Here’s my Friday 56 !

    Ronyell @ Rabbit Ears Book Blog

  2. You have piqued my interest! Happy weekend!

  3. I had a hard time with the fonts thing too - I ended up going with Kindle fonts...

    Lauren @ Always Me