I stumbled out from under the archway on to the sprawling green. The sun blinded me and I wanted to punch it in the face. And thinking that made me giggle. Then my giggle turned into a cackle. Soon, I was laughing so hard tears streamed down my face. My neck felt wet and I was out of breath and I dropped to the ground beneath a tree at the far corner of the campus laughing madly and twisting on the grass, gripping my sides because the hurt, damn it, but it was just so funny.
Out of nowhere, a hand gripped my shoulder and folded me up into a sitting position. I looked up. -- pg. 312
10 January 2012
Teaser Tuesday (002)
The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin