- Grab the book you're currently reading.
- Flip to a random page.
- Share 2 teaser sentences from that page!
I tell myself he must be sleeping or have his headphones on. I knock again and again. I reach into my pocket for the bobby pin I carry with me, just in case, and bend down to examine the lock. The first one I ever picked was to the closet in my mom's office. Eleanor put me up to it because that's where our parents hid the Christmas presents. I discovered lock picking was a skill that comes in handy when you want to disappear during gym class or when you just need some peace and quiet. All the Bright Places (ARC) by Jennifer Niven (pg. 183)