May 14, 2008

First sentence on the page of whatever novels I'm reading, May 14, 2008

I first laid eyes upon her when I was thirty-one years old.
The Ravine, Paul Quarrington (page 81)

Not many more weeks along, Samuel hunches over a fire made in a stump, in the crotch of its roots.
The Order of Good Cheer, Bill Gaston (page 20)

The day Mother Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? killed Father The Outlaw Josey Wales, they were arguing about the Pre-Reddening game of Major League Baseball.
Valley of Day-Glo, Nick DiChario (page 11)

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