Just quote a couple of spoiler-free sentences from the book you’re reading to tempt other readers.
Here is mine:-
“As she strode through the long grass, so he jumped hither and thither; parting its green curtain. The cool globes of dew or rain broke in showers of irridescent spray about his nose; the earth, here hard, here soft, here hot, here cold, teased and tickled the soft pads of his feet. Then what a variety of smells interwoven in subtlest combination thrilled his nose; strong smells of earth, sweet smells of flowers; nameless smells of leaves and bramble; sour smells as they crossed the road; pungent smells as they entered beanfields. But suddenly down the wind came tearing a smell sharper, stronger; more lacerating than any – a smell that ripped across his brain stirring a thousand instincts – the smell of hare, the smell of fox. Off he flashed like a fish drawn in a rush through water further and further. He forgot his mistress; he forgot all human-kind.”
Two sentences just wasn’t enough – I had to go on!
Taken from Flush: a Biography by Virginia Woolf