we can all agree that the first line in a book has its importance. it’s the first thing you read therefore it’s kind of the indicator of whether this book might pull your attention or not.

lately, I’ve been enjoying reading some of the favorite first lines of some bloggers. so I decided to share my favorites.



” Kell wore a a very peculiar coat. it had neither one side, which would be conventional, nor two, which would be unexpected,  but several, which was of course impossible” 



” it was night again. The waystone inn lay in silence, and it was a silence of three parts” 



” I would have lived in peace. But my enemies brought me war” 


” Today was the day a thousand dreams would die and a single dream would be born” 

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” I have a heart for every year I have been alive”


” it’s rare that a story begins at the beginning. in the grand scheme of things, I really turned up at the beginning of the end of this one” 


“Once there was a little girl who played her music for a little boy in the wood. she was small and dark, he was tall and fair. and the two of them made a fancy pair as they danced together, dancing to the music the little girl heard in her head”

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” At the height of the long wet summer of the Seventy-Seventh Year of Sendovani, the Thiefmaker of Camorr paid a sudden and unannounced visit to the eyeless priest at the Temple of Perelandro, desperately hoping to sell him the Lamora boy”



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