Third Sentence Thursday is a weekly meme that Proud Book Nerd hosts.
How to play along...
1. Take the book you are currently reading and post the third sentence in the first chapter.
2. Share your thoughts on the sentence.
3. Post a link to your blog in the link list (Leave it in the comments if you don't have a blog)
4. Visit the other blogs to check out their third sentence.
"I have always liked to take a breath of the evening, to smell the air, whether it is sweetly scented and balmy with the flowers of midsummer, pungent with the bonfires and leaf-mold of autumn, or crackling cold from frost and snow."
The Woman In Black
by Susan Hill
Thoughts: I haven't quite started on this, but already I like the way the author writes. What a descriptive sentence! And looking ahead, the next sentence is equally descriptive. I feel like I already know a little bit about the main character based on his enjoyment of the different scents in the air different times of year.
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