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Last sentence of the last book you read

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What was the last sentence of the last book you read? Share yours below!

Mine is:
Nothing would stop me this time. Blueness by Karen Stensgaard.

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“And you, my love,” he says, “were always good at sending them.”

- Kate Clayborn, Love Lettering

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"And he knew he was forever lost."

- D. Philip Miller, Grouper's Laws

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"And some days, Emira would carry the dread that if Briar ever struggled to find herself, she’d probably just hire someone to do it for her."

- Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid

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“But then, it’s probably different when you’re young.”
Let Me In by John Ajvide Lindqvist

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"Kneeling before it, she bowed deeply, tears shining in her eyes, and said, "Thank you."

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"There are definitely some lessons in the catching, but more important are the lessons in learning how to release."

The Reel Sisters by Michelle Cummings

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