What is the first sentence from the book you are currently reading?

“The first person I met in England was a hallucination.”

The Alice Code by Kate Quinn.

Wow, good one.

“People make things.”

Crafted: A Compendium of Crafts: New, Old, and Forgotten, by Sally Coulthard

“This revolution was televised. When the six members of Monty Python embarked on their unique collaboration thirty years ago, they were reacting against what they saw as the staid, predictable formats of other comedy programs.”

Monty Python Speaks! by David Morgan

“The truth is, she was ornery and stubborn, wouldn’t listen to anybody, and selfish beyond selfish, and filthy, caked with mud and dust, and moody; you’d better watch it or she’d knock you flat.”

Moo, by Sharon Creech

“Cheryl Schlitz feels like she’s perpetually falling.”

The Brain That Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science, by Norman Doidge, M.D.