Every Tuesday, I'll be posting the opening paragraph (sometimes two) of a book I decided to read based on the opening paragraph (s). Feel free to grab the banner and play along. This week's selection is from Jodi Picoult's soon to be released novel (2/28/2012), Lone Wolf.
(Emily Bestler Books/Atria)
" Seconds before our truck slams into the tree, I remember the first time I tried to save a life.
I was just thirteen, and I'd just moved back with my father. Or, more accurately, my clothes were once again hanging in my former bedroom, But I was living out of a backpack in a trailer on the north end of Redmond's Trading Post & Dinosaur World. That's where my father's captive wolf packs were housed, along with gibbons, falcons, an overweight lion, and the animatronic T. rex that roared on the hour. Since that is where my father spent 99 percent of his time, it was expected that I follow. "
Do you plan to read this one? What do you think of the intro?