A flock of crows swooped down and ate the caterpillars that contained small bits of Siri. Then whales somehow managed to eat the crows. And the whales were swallowed up by volcanoes and suddenly Siri, or at least bits of Siri, was in every creature and every geological feature on Earth. It was one hell of a good finish.  (pg. 143, The Coroner’s Lunch by Colin Cotterill)

I just started this book, but I believe Siri’s dreams, like the excerpt above are going to figure prominently in the story.

In my own story, dreams don’t have much of an impact. I remember few of my dreams and those that I do are either fairly random or I can easily tell what happened recently to prompt them. What about you? Do you have vivid dreams?

Teaser Tuesdays is hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Play along. I cheated, but the rules are easy. Grab your current read, open to a random page, and give us two teaser sentences. Remember, no spoilers.

I borrowed my copy from the library and the above is my honest opinion. I am an Amazon associate.


  1. Very intriguing teaser. I usually only remember my dreams for a few minutes when I wake up. I should keep a journal by the bed to write them down. Sometimes though if it’s a bad dream I do remember it.

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