What first line of a story or article has really grabbed your attention?
Candy was going to kill tonight.
THE BAD PLACE
10 facts about.../5 thing to.../20 most.../15 worst...
everything in numerical order..simply interest me..
On the corner of 16th street and Hieratica a factory sings and sighs. Look: its thin spires flash green, and spit long loops of white flame into the night.
That's the only one I can recall so it must've been the most intriguing.
'This is really boring, i'd suggest you don't read it'
Clearly i had to read it.
"The sky above the seaport was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel."-Neuromancer
"Tuesday was a fine California day, full of sunshine and promise, until Harry Lyon had to shoot someone at lunch."
Dragon Tears by Dean Koontz--One of my favorite books of his!
Look,look.Look and see.
My first Dolch reader in 1955.Learning to read was the most exciting thing I had ever donein my short 5 year old life.
by Eric Calderwood 5 years ago
What is your favorite Science fiction novel, or series of novels, of all time?Pick one from your childhood and one from adulthood.As for me:Childhood - The Wonderful Flight To the Mushroom Planet by Eleanor Cameron.Adulthood - The Tripods Trilogy (and the prequel) by John Christopher.
by Linda Bilyeu 17 months ago
Whose memoir have you recently read that you found most intriguing? Why?
by chrae 6 years ago
What are some of your favourite books of all time, new or old?
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