Guess a Quote [3.02.15]

Guess a Quote [Little Dorrit]Happy March everyone! Spring is just around the corner now, and I think a lot of states are very ready to see it come. Last week’s quote came from Charles Dickens’ story Little Dorrit. (Doesn’t that make you think of Doritos?) It was a stumper for most of you, but CJ got it right. Way to go, CJ!

This week’s quote is the opening line of a novel I’ve reviewed here on the blog and know at least two of you read after reading the review. Hopefully even more of you will recognize it!

Tarnished snow sifted through the air, clinging to [her] skin the instant she stepped outside. Warm snow.

Happy Guessing!

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  1. It’s from Prophet by R.J. Larson. I still haven’t read the book, but I have a Kindle copy of it, and the quote was striking enough that I remembered it from reading the first page of the book!! The picture it evokes is fantastic.

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  2. Miss M.

     /  March 2, 2015

    This would be from “Prophet” by R.J. Larson – one of my favorite books! I actually love all of her books – they are so convicting, entertaining, and truly help me focus more on my Savior as well as become more entranced with the beauty and stories of the Bible.

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  3. Spencer R.

     /  March 2, 2015

    Prophet by R.J. Larson of course! Hanna and I love that story, thanks for introducing us to it!

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  4. Sounds like it’s talking about ashes or something, but no idea. Intriguing, though, with that irony.

    Little Dorrit, huh? Never even heard of that. Dickens, too. Hmmm. Interesting. But yes, it definitely makes me think of Doritos, LOL!

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  5. I’m not sure. Since you gave that hint, I could go through and see which of the books you reviewed fits that, but… that would kind of be cheating. I know I haven’t read it. 😛
    Sounds interesting, though!

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  6. “Prophet” by R.J. Larson! Totally, totally “[Title Temporarily Removed]”!!! I LOVE that book!

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  7. Let’s try…. Prophet by R.J. Larson?

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  8. Haha, I actually just looked at that book the other day, read the opening line, and then thought “Now where have I seen this before…” 😉

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