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"'O, my girls, however long you may live, I never can wish you a greater happiness than this!'"

Louisa May Alcott the Last Line of in Little Women

"Hazel followed; and together they slipped away, running easily down through the wood, where the first primroses were beginning to bloom."

Richard Adams the Last Line of in Watership Down

"'That's a beautiful fire.'"

Richard Adams the Last Line of in Shardik

"'I've got a bad feeling about this.'"

Roger Macbride Allen the Last Line of in Ambush at Corellia

"'I've always found legal technicalities to be downright fascinating.'"

Roger Macbride Allen the Last Line of in Showdown at Centerpoint

"His name is Ted Kaczynski."

Steven D. Levitt the Last Line of in Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything

"She would allow nothing to weaken the power that was coming to life within her."

Lian Hearn the Last Line of in Across the Nightingale Floor

"Just another resource."

Frederik Pohl the Last Line of in Heechee Rendezvous

"The naked sun."

Isaac Asimov the Last Line of in The Naked Sun

"Giskard said, 'Good-bye, friend Elijah, and remember that, although people apply the phrase to Aurora, it is, from this point on, Earth itself that is the true World of the Dawn.'"

Isaac Asimov the Last Line of in The Robots of Dawn

"He was alone - and with a Galaxy to care for."

Isaac Asimov the Last Line of in Robots and Empire

"'Thank you', said Trevize."

Isaac Asimov the Last Line of in Foundation's Edge

The Ramans do everything in threes.

Arthur C. Clarke the Last Line of in Rendezvous with Rama

"Eight months earlier, the First Speaker had viewed those same crowding stars - nowhere as crowded as in the central regions of that huge cluster of matter Man calls the Galaxy - with misgivings; but now there was a somber satisfaction on the round ruddy face of Preem Palver - First Speaker."

Isaac Asimov the Last Line of in Second Foundation

"He left them, never looking back."

Isaac Asimov the Last Line of in Foundation and Empire

"'I still have things to do.'"

Orson Scott Card the Last Line of in Ender in Exile

"Baley, suddenly smiling, took R. Daneel's elbow, and they walked out the door, arm in arm."

Isaac Asimov the Last Line of in The Caves of Steel

"Darcy, as well as Elizabeth, really loved them; and they were both ever sensible of the warmest gratitude towards the persons who, by bringing her into Derbyshire, had been the means of uniting them."

Jane Austen the Last Line of in Pride and Prejudice

"The flowers formed a wavering garland around the coffin as it began its long journey to the estuary of the Yangtze, only to be swept back by the incoming tide among the quays and mud-flats, driven once again to the shores of this terrible city."

J.G. Ballard the Last Line of in Empire of the Sun

"When we reach the city."

Ray Bradbury the Last Line of in Fahrenheit 451

"The Martians stared back up at them for a long, long silent time from the rippling water...."

Ray Bradbury the Last Line of in The Martian Chronicles

"I lingered round them, under that benign sky: watched the moths fluttering among the heath and hare-bells; listened to the soft wind breathing through the grass; and wondered how any one could ever imagine unquiet slumbers for the sleepers in that quiet earth."

Emily Bronte the Last Line of in Wuthering Heights

"For the God of Path is Gloriously Bright."

Orson Scott Card the Last Line of in Xenocide

"Only the mothertree remained in the middle of the clearing, bathed in light, heavy with fruit, festooned with blossoms, a perpetual celebrant of the ancient mystery of life."

Orson Scott Card the Last Line of in Children of the Mind

"'I see it - coming here - hell-wind - titan blur - black wings - Yog-Sothoth save me - the three-lobed burning eye...'"

H.P. Lovecraft the Last Line of in The Call of Cthulhu and Other Weird Stories

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