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November Last Sentence Thread

I'm only halfway through my current read, so won't have a last sentence for a few days probably, but look forward to seeing yours!

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I'm only halfway through my current read, so won't have a last sentence for a few days probably, but look forward to seeing yours!
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The book is No Is Coming to Save Us by Stephanie Powell Watts.
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From Travelling to Infinity, My Life with Stephen by Jane Hawking - the first book I've finished this month is a memoir/autobiography
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The Magic Toyshop by Angela Carter.
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From Under a Pole Star by Stef Penney
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possibilities for change. The book is Quartet In Autumn by Barbara Pym.
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From Driving in the Dark by Deborah Moggach
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Have Sword, Will Travel by Garth Nix and Sean Williams
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really knew this man.

- 74 Seaside Avenue by Debbie Macomber -
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Compartment n°6 by Rosa Liksom
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the pressure of sunshine and the staggering blue of the sky.
From The Woman in the Picture by Katharine McMahon
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From Mrs Hemingway by Naomi Wood
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From An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
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A War of Gifts - Orson Scott Card
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Sweet Tea and Sympathy, by Molly Harper.
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Blue Man Falling by Frank Barnard.
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Friends of Liberty by Beatrice Gormley
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a white shaft of sunlight on the face of Hungry Hill.
From Hungry Hill by Daphne du Maurier
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listening to the thunder, and waiting for the beginning of a rainy dawn.

Legend - Marie Lu
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Come in.

The book is Saints for All Occassions by J. Courtney Sullivan.
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through, they had triumphed!

Nightsong, by Valerie Sherwood.
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From The Queen of Wishful Thinking by Milly Johnson
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From The Man in the Queue by Josephine Tey

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