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Happy New Year! I don't generally make resolutions, but I have decided that this year I'm going to try to give myself more time to read, so hopefully I'll have more last sentences to post in 2018. Looking forward to all of your last sentences!

 

4evagreen 1 yr ago
Peace.
Very short and succinct. Taken from Underworld by Don DeLillo.

 

and that each life makes its own imagination of immortality: a wheel.

- IT by Stephen King -

 

From Catherine Carmichael; or Three Years Running, the last short story in the collection Christmas at Thompson Hall and other Trollopian Holiday Tales by Anthony Trollope

 

she was going to enjoy every minute of it.
From The House of New Beginnings by Lucy Diamond

 

stretched toward heaven.

- Through Painted Deserts by Donald Miller -

 

The Girl on the Train, by Paula Hawkins.

 

From From Italy with Love by Jules Wake

 

as if it had all been cleaned while we were asleep.
From Paris Still Life by Rosalind Brackenbury

 

From From Rome with Love by Jules Wake

 

A Stitch in Time, by Stephanie Grace Whitson, the first of three stories in the omnibus A Basket Brigade Christmas.

 

her lips with a kiss to seal their future.

A Pinch of Love, by by Judith Miller, the second of three stories in the omnibus A Basket Brigade Christmas.

 

and raised my glass to the silent onlookers.

Startling Moon by Liu Hong

 

replaced by the endless melody of their love.

Endless Melody, by Nancy Moser.

 

From "Entry Island" by Peter May.

 

it were on fire. The book is The House on Blackberry Hill by Donna Alward.

 

From The Chateau of Briis: A Lesson in Love by Alison Weir

 

but there is much that cannot ever be rebuilt.

from Raven Seek Thy Brother by Gavin Maxwell
http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/14762313

 

from The Midnight Man by Paul Doherty http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/14597840/

 

The book is The Throwaway Children by Diney Costloe.

 

From The Music Shop by Rachel Joyce

 

from The Crooked Spire by Richard Nottingham

 

you mark my words.'
From Everybody's Daughter, Nobody's Child by Jane Lapotaire

 

From The Fever Tree by Jennifer McVeigh

 

From Christmas at the Grange by T E Kinsey

 

journey, and that I am maybe, but only maybe, a real good guy. The book is Naive Super by Erlend Loe.

 

Death on the Ice by Robert Ryan

 

From Christmas on the Coast by Rebecca Boxall

 

You're home . . . you're here . . . you're free.

 

From A Quiet Life in the Country by T E Kinsey

 

The First Kiss of Spring, by Emily March.

 

No Touch Monkey! by Ayun Halliday

 

From Altered Land by Jules Hardy

 

From Death Comes to Lynchester Close by David Dickinson

 

Brand New Friend by Mike Gayle.

 

from The Far Side Of The World by Patrick O'Brian

 

Bounds of Passion, by Lucia Jordan.

 

reminds me most of him.

- The Aviator's Wife by Melanie Benjamin -

 

The book is Of Rice And Men by Richard Galli.

 

recalling her in this image years later in the country of his death-how she stood, sturdy and bare-legged on the dark grass, occupied with her hair-as if this was an image of all the May of Teck establishment in its meek, unselfconscious attitudes to poverty, long ago in 1945.

The Girls of Slender Means by Muriel Spark

 

From The Library at the Edge of the World by Felicity Hayes-McCoy

 

from The First Tube by Mike Horne and Bob Bayman

 

without moving a muscle.
From Last Train to Istanbul by Ayse Kulin

 

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