First Chapter, First Paragraph
Brother Robber
Helene Christaller

The hut hung like a swallow's nest on the southern slope of the Apennines. Built of the same stone as the rock on which it stood, it appeared a part of nature, not a work of man. A small window opening was stopped with straw to keep out the cold wind that blew over the mountains." 


I love the image that comes to mind from this description.

Thanks for sharing...and here's mine: “SECOND LIFE”
Literary Feline said…
What a beautiful introduction. Very descriptive and yet not overly so. I would keep reading.
Tea said…
Glad you stopped by.
This one isn't for me, but I hope you enjoy it!
grammajudyb said…
I'd want to know a bit more, but I really like the descriptive opening. I will watch for your thoughts on this one.
JoAnn said…
Nice image... I wonder what the book is about though.
Margot said…
I like the opening paragraph, but I'd have to read more to know whether I wanted to read all of it. I do hope you're enjoying it.
Curious for a bit more -- enjoy Hattie.
kayerj said…
I'd read on, I love reading Christmas books. Kelley at the road goes ever ever on

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