Robert Louis Stevenson the Last Line of in Treasure Island
"And so, exulting as the moonlit rocks fled by him, exulting as the tears streamed over his face – with his eyes fixed excitedly upon the blurred horizon and the battering of the hoof-beats loud in his ears, Titus rode out of his world."Mervyn Peake the Last Line of in Gormenghast
"Now of Walter and the Maid is no more to be told, saving that they begat between them goodly sons and fair daughters; whereof came a great lineage in Stark-wall; which lineage was so strong, and endured so long a while, that by then it had died out, folk had clean forgotten their ancient Custom of king-making, so that after Walter of Langton there was never another king that came down to them poor and lonely from out of the Mountains of the Bears. "William Morris the Last Line of in Wood Beyond the World
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle the Last Line of in A Study in Scarlet Scott notes: Google reveals a translation of "The public hisses at me, but I applaud myself in my own house, and simultaneously contemplate the money in my chest."
Paolo Bacigalupi the Last Line of in The Windup Girl
Shannon Hale the Last Line of in Enna Burning
Yasunari Kawabata the Last Line of in Thousand Cranes
Herman Melville the Last Line of in Moby-Dick
J.R.R. Tolkien the Last Line of in The Hobbit
Charles Dickens the Last Line of in A Christmas Carol
Jeff Vandermeer the Last Line of in Annihilation
Maggie Stiefvater the Last Line of in The Raven Boys Scott notes: Ronan is speaking.
Shannon Hale the Last Line of in Dangerous