First Line Friday ~ DawnSinger Tales of Faeraven



Happy Friday Friends! 
It's another First Line Friday hosted by Hoarding Books. This week I m reading and reviewing Janalyn Voigt's Dawnsinger definitely not a book I would normally pick up but surprisingly I'm liking it so far. 



My First Line: 

A crosswind caught Kai's wingabeast as lightning flared too near.

Your turn! What is your first line? Grab the book closest to you and post the first line in the comments! 

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  1. Such a great first line! Have a good weekend!!

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  2. Happy Saturday!

    I've never heard of this one before, I but love that cover, and I think it has an awesome opening line!

    I'm sharing from Mandi Blake's What If I Loved You:

    "Liz stared at a loose thread on the arm of Mr. Garrison's couch as the tears dried on her face."

    I hope you have a lovely rest of your weekend :)

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    1. Thank you for stopping by! I had not heard of it before either but so far its pretty good! Have a lovely weekend!

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  3. My first lines are from The Lost Lieutenant by Erica Vetsch:

    Seaton Estate Berkshire, England January 4, 1813

    “You’ll do as you’re told if you know what’s good for you. I won’t be humiliated again.”

    Just finished this phenomenal book!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Paula! Oh, I want to read that one so bad! It sounds amazing!
      Have a lovely weekend!

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  4. Intriguing. What is a wingabeast? Just another word for a dragon, or some kind of hybrid animal??

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    1. Hi Sarah! I thought they were dragons as well but they are actually seem to be flying unicorns but they are not the ones my little girl pictures all white and magical near the rainbow! LOL!

      Have alovely weekend!

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  5. Great first line!

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