Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Teaser Tuesday: The Windup Girl by Paolo Bacigalupi

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along!

'He wonders if she were a real person if he would feel more incensed at the abuse she suffers. It's an odd thing, being with a manufactured creature, built and trained to serve.'

-Page 184 of The Windup Girl by Paolo Bacigalupo

What's your Teaser?


Alice Audrey said...

I suppose, in a way, one could say most pets were at least modified if not created by humans.

Great teaser. My teaser is here

Brett @ Demons Read Too said...

This sort of reminds me of an anime I watched a while ago "Chobits".

Thanks for stopping by ;)

Kyanara_night said...

What a wonderfull teaser!
Have a great day!
Kyanara from laced little muffin's reading corner

Anonymous said...

Oooo now that's very intriguing! I haven't heard of this book before - looks great!

Thanks for sharing!

My teaser can be seen at Pineapples & Pineapples

Rebecca said...

Really interesting teaser. I like it! Hope you're enjoying the novel. My teaser can be found here!

Kinde Fever

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

I'm really curious about this one...thanks for sharing.


Peggy said...

Nice tease! This is on my TBR list! New follower. You can find my tease at: Pawing Through Books

LibrarySnake said...

Beautiful cover! Great teaser :)

Here's mine:

Tribute Books Mama said...

A fascinating teaser.

here's mine:


Anonymous said...

Great teaser! I love this cover! Here's my teaser this week.

Emma Michaels said...

I don’t think my TBR pile will recover from the teasers this week! So many amazing books, so little time. Hope you will stop by and comment on my Clockwork Prince teaser on http://EmmaMichaels.Blogspot.com !

Karen and Gerard said...

I'm sure he would feel more if she was real.

(It was very difficult for me to read your teaser with the dark stripes on your blog. Just sayin')


Karen and Gerard said...

After I posted my comment, then your blog cleared up. Guess it was just a malfunction with the background.

Jessi E. (The Elliott Review) said...

I had never seen this book before, but now I have added it to my list! It looks really good.