Note: The last line is a spoiler for anyone who hasn’t read The Hunger Games trilogy so please steer clear of it.
END OF THE BEGINNING
The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer plays perfectly with words making them appear gloriously dark and creepy as proven by the opening line. It is just how I like my mystery to be.
The opening sentence of Five Flavors of Dumb borders on ending up having a dramatic flair and in piquing my curiosity. This book is adorable and Piper is a very cool character. I think we could be best friends.
BEGINNING OF THE END
I think I’d have died if I’ve read Catching Fire when it was first released because that cliffhanger of an ending is a killer. But it’s my favorite kind of a killer. Catching Fire is a shocker book and because of that alone, I just love it the best in the trilogy.
What do you think? Which five does it for you? Are you for beginnings or endings? Leave a link to your post because I’m all for sentences this week!