October Last Sentence Thread

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It's October! A special month to me, my birthday later this month, my daughter's birthday right before mine, and my beloved and much missed Grandma's birthday the same day as mine. But on a more relevant topic, I sat up pretty late last night reading, and then slept in this morning, and finished my book over a late breakfast. I look forward to your last sentences, and thank you all for participating in this thread each month!

 

The River at Night, by Erica Ferencik.

 

'and that can't be wrong because it feels like the most wonderful thing in the world.'
From Natural Born Readers by Victoria Connelly

 

till the day that I die - and whenever that is, if that poor loveless thing Elizabeth is still on the throne, then I know at least that she will give me a magnificant funeral, fit for the last Tudor princess.
From The Last Tudor by Philippa Gregory

 

looking behind everything that happened, so I could find the gifts I got tucked inside of me.

- Whistling Past The Graveyard by Susan Crandall -

 

but that one day - who knows - we may yet come to understand some of it.
From A Nun's Story by Sister Agatha with Richard Newman

 

Always a Cowboy, by Linda Lael Miller.

 

How the Dead Live by Will Self.

 

From In This Grave Hour by Jacqueline Winspear

 

and the tranquil waterway leading to the uttermost ends of the earth flowed sombre under an overcast sky - seemed to lead into the heart of an immense darkness.

Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad.

 

Save a Truck, Ride a Redneck, by Molly Harper.

 

From A Column of Fire by Ken Follett

 

The book is Vaclav & Lena by Haley Tanner.

 

was Debbie lifting it out of his hand and setting it back on the table.

Heartsick by Chelsea Cain.

 

From The Sultan's Wife by Jane Johnson

 

and it was left to Elizabeth I to prove that a queen could be as successful as a king in governing the realm.
From Queens of the Conquest by Alison Weir

 

From If My Father Loved Me by Rosie Thomas

 

up at her doting husband and replied, "A Happy Ending."

One Night of Scandal, by Teresa Medeiros.

 

Mr. Lemoncello's Great Library Race by Chris Grabenstein

 

but there is much that cannot ever be rebuilt.
From Raven Seek Thy Brother by Gavin Maxwell

At last I have a last sentence I can quote! Lately most of them have been spoilers!

 

as if a tipping point had been reached . . . as if religious thought had just traversed the farther reaches of its orbit and was now circling back, wearied from its long journey, and finally coming home.
From Origin by Dan Brown

 

Brideshead Revisited, by Evelyn Waugh.

 

Save Me, by Lisa Scottoline.

 

From The Curse of the House of Foskett by MRC Kasasian

 

Cat's Eye by Margaret Atwood.

 

From Ragnorok: The Final Destiny of the Gods, the last tale in Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman

 

we now look to one more great leap forward.

The First Tube by Mike Horne and Bob Bayman.

 

From The Tower is Full of Ghosts Today by Alison Weir

 

From Christmas with the Book Lovers by Victoria Connelly

 

From "In the land of Giants, hunting monsters in the Hindu Kush" by Gabi Martínez

Full last paragraph reads. "Please, stay in touch with me. I'm in danger because they don't want me to help you, or Jordi's family. If anything happens to me, it was Asif.

 

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