More intriguing first lines from books that are currently available for “Lucky Day” first-come-first-served checkout:
“The man flew through the air, propelled by one of the other recruits.” Kill Shot, Vince Flynn.
“The cloud of coal dust driven deeply into his lungs nearly caused Howard Reed to pull his mail truck off the road and throw up onto the stunted, burnt grass.” Zero Day, by David Baldacci.
“When he was born, he was alive. That was one thing.” The Grief of Others, Leah Hager Cohen.
“He believed the dog was immortal.” Rin Tin Tin: the Life and the Legend, Susan Orlean
“The bedroom is strange. Unfamiliar. I don’t know where I am, how I came to be here. I don’t know how I’m going to get home.” Before I Go to Sleep, S.J. Watson
“We wanted more.” We the Animals, Justin Torres.
“Zed Benjamin had never been called into the office of the editor before, and he found the experience simultaneously disconcerting and thrilling.” Believing the Lie, Elizabeth George.