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First Line Friday

First Line is probably my favorite weekly post! Booklovers can share the first line or two of the book you are currently reading…💗I love reading your comments!!

A bit behind today but here I go…

“Nicholas Young slumped into the nearest seat in the hotel lobby, drained from the sixteen-hour flight from Singapore, the train ride from Heathrow Airport, and trudging through the rain-soaked streets. His cousin Astrid Leona shivered stoically next to him, all because her mother, Felicity, his dai gu Cheh— or “big aunt” in Cantonese— said it was a sin to take a taxi nine blocks and forced everyone to walk all the way from Piccadilly Tube Station.”

Title: Crazy Rich Asians25143B2B-A553-4623-A7C1-45675EF6E7D8.jpeg

Genre: Fiction, Contemporary

Author: Kevin Kwan

Published: 2013

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What are you reading this Friday afternoon? Have you read Crazy Rich Asians? I’d love to hear your thoughts and read your First Line…

Happy Friday friends!💗

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  1. No, I haven’t read Crazy Rich Asians. Do you recommend it?

    I just finished The Short Bus by Jonathan Mooney. The first line of the Prologue: “I have to admit, in the spirit of full disclosure, that I once harbored aspirations of becoming an after-school special.”

    The first sentence of Chapter One: “On June 3, 2003, I was standing out in front of Margo’s house with Conor, my four-year-old nephew, and my mom.”

    • I haven’t read it either yet, but I have heard wonderful things about the book and movie! I’m excited to read it!

  2. Leroy Dennis began making dire predictions about the driving conditions as soon as the police dispatcher said that the scene of the shooting was a mansion on Crestview Drive. A week of torrential rains had devastated Oregon. Rivers were flooding, towns were being evacuated, power failures were the norm and mud slides were closing roads and highways around the state. The worst slides in Portland were in the hills that loomed above city center. Crestview Drive was at the top of Portland’s highest hill.
    The Undertaker’s Widow by Phillip Margolin

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