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First Line Friday - Unbreakable

Thursday, July 26, 2018

Happy Friday!

I get so impatient when I have to wait for a series finale...and then once I get my hands on it, I can't bring myself to dive in, because I know that I will demolish it. By the time this post goes live, I am hoping that I will have at least STARTED this book...I guess we shall see how long I can savor it hehe!

(Good news! I finished it! You can read my review HERE!)

Today’s first line is from...

Unbreakable
Sara Ella



What is that wretched odor? Am I dead? Because I smell dead or death or something close to it. I can't open my eyes. Not yet. 


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7 comments:

  1. Happy Friday!๐Ÿ˜Š

    My first line comes from The Mending by Susan Lantz Simpson……..

    She sensed someone had entered the room, even though she’d been dozing and hadn’t heard the whoosh of the door opening or the squeak of athletic shoes on the tile floor. Her eyes felt glued shut.

    Have a great weekend and happy reading!๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ“š

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  2. My First line is from The Best of Intentions by Susan Anne Mason:

    May 1919
    Grace Abernathy stood at the rail of the S S Olympic, staring out over the calm expanse of the sea as the last trace of sunlight disappeared over the horizon.

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  3. Happy Friday, Rachel! My first line comes from The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton

    London, 1913

    It was dark where she crouched but the little girl did as she'd been told.

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    1. Oooooh....I'm gonna have to look into this one!

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  4. Happy Friday! My first line is from Dancing in the Rain by Eileen Rife and Jennifer Slattery:

    “The letter was probably one more rejection Loni could add to all the others crumpled in her trash.”

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