Wednesday, October 28, 2009

First line ...

Pick up the current book that you're reading and let me know the first line.

I just finished
Accidental Happiness, by Jean Reynolds Page (and I really enjoyed it, but I'll save the review for another time) and the first line is crazy:

"On the night I shot Angel, everything in my life changed -- again."

5 comments:

Nancy@ifevolutionworks.com said...

"Iused to think thatRedBull was the ost destructive invention of the past 50 years."

From "I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell". Don't ask. I picked it up at the airport because some guy was holding it and laughing..

Nancy@ifevolutionworks.com said...

wow! major typos.
Remove 'thatRedBull' and insert 'that Red Bull'.

Remove 'ost' and insert 'most'.

That's what I get for not proof reading.

Mammatalk said...

"From the snap of the ball to the snap of the first bone is closer to four seconds than five."

The Blind Side.

I am not a huge sports person, but this is a feel good book. Besides,the movie is coming out soon. Looks cute.

dragonfly said...

Several years ago, as I lay dying from a rare and fatal disease, my chest sawed open and my heart and lungs were cut out of me.

The book:- A Change of Heart a memoir by Claire Sylvia with William Novak.

Claire underwent a heart and lung transplant this is her story

www.GardenersReach.com

Julie said...

Dear American Airlines, My name is Benjamin R. Ford and I am writing to request a refund in the amount of $392.68. But then, no, scratch that: Request is too mincy & polite, I think, too officious & Britishy, a word that walks along the page with the ramrod straightness of someone trying to balance a walnut on his upper ass cheeks.

From Dear American Airlines by Jonathan Miles

I had to include the second sentence too since it's much more interesting. :-)

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