Dilloway applied the Page 69 Test to Momotaro: Xander and the Lost Island of Monsters and reported the following:
From page 69:Learn more about the book and author at Margaret Dilloway's website and blog.His tan face is covered in red blotches, the way it gets when Peyton's trying hard not to cry, like the time his cheekbone was cracked by a stray fastball. I'm glad, because if Peyton starts crying, I will too, and I can't do that. I might not be able to stop.This is where the action is actually really taking off, but you don't know what's about to happen. Xander's grandmother is giving them some important talismans for their adventure, and both Peyton and Xander are very scared at this point.
"I promise. It's all right." Obachan's tone will not be argued with. She's so sure of herself that Peyton visibly relaxes.
Coffee with a Canine: Margaret Dilloway and Gatsby.