Favourite Finishing Lines Friday (08/07/2016): The Shock Of The Fall by Nathan Filer

A book’s final sentence is like a ribbon that ties together the plot of the book, which is handed to us readers, and is also the final sentence that contributes to our impression about the book – whether we like the book, or not. There are many types of last lines – Lines that conclude … More Favourite Finishing Lines Friday (08/07/2016): The Shock Of The Fall by Nathan Filer

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Favourite Finishing Lines Friday (01/07/2016): Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

A book’s final sentence is like a ribbon that ties together the plot of the book, which is handed to us readers, and is also the final sentence that contributes to our impression about the book – whether we like the book, or not.

There are many types of last lines – Lines that conclude something; Open endings that leave things to our imagination … More Favourite Finishing Lines Friday (01/07/2016): Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

Favourite Finishing Lines Friday (24/06/2016)

A book’s final sentence is like a ribbon that ties together the plot of the book, which is handed to us readers, and is also the final sentence that contributes to our impression about the book – whether we like the book, or not.

There are many types of last lines – Lines that conclude something; Open endings that leave things to our imagination; … More Favourite Finishing Lines Friday (24/06/2016)