First Line Friday – Unbreakable

Happy Friday!

Spring is in the air and a book is in my hands…well…ok, not right NOW as I am typing. But as soon as I hit “publish” I will be diving back into my current read.
Today I want to share a Young Adult book with you. This series has BLOWN me away! Filled with unique characters, an incredible world, and unforgettable emotions…Sara Ella is a mastermind of YA Fiction.

Unbreakable by Sara Ella


“What is that wretched odor? Am I dead? Because I smell dead or death or something close to it. I can’t open my eyes. Not yet. Opening my eyes makes it real.”

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Don’t miss the first two books of the series!


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Your turn, reader friends! Share YOUR first line in the comments below!

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15 thoughts on “First Line Friday – Unbreakable

  1. Ooo exciting! I just bought the first book in the series last week so I’ll be reading the series soon myself. Can’t wait! 🙂
    The book I’m sharing on my blog is Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate, but the book I’ll share here is the one I am currently reading called Chateau of Secrets by Melanie Dobson: “Candlelight flickered on the medieval walls as Gisele Duchant stepped into the warmth of the nave.” Hope you have a great weekend! 🙂

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  2. This is one of those series that I’m desperate to read, but I never seem to get the time! Arrggh!

    I’m featuring ‘No Less Days’ by Amanda G. Stevens on my blog today, but right now I’m reading ‘Presumption and Partiality’ by Rebekah Jones–a Pride & Prejudice retelling set in 1930s Arizona!

    The sun beat down cheerfully on that last day of August in the year 1932.

    Have a great weekend 🙂


  3. I’m featuring Victoria Dannan’s Witch Wants Forever today.

    “In one way it was a typical story that was repeated every year when there was a witch ready to be mated. ‘Typical’ for a colony of witches, that is.”

    Enjoy and happy Friday!


  4. I’m looking forward to reading this one and seeing how she ends the series. I really liked the first book but the second didn’t do it for me (and I do realize I’m in the minority here with that second book).

    My TBR pile includes The Theory of Happily Ever After by Kristin Billerbeck. The first line: “Life is filled with irony.”

    Have a wonderful weekend!


  5. I can’t wait to see what Sara has in store next! I love her covers!

    I’m featuring “Beneath a Prairie Moon” by Kim Vogel Sawyer on the blog today, but I’m going to share about the book I’m currently reading called “The Story Peddler” by Lindsay A. Franklin.

    Colored ribbons of light poured from my fingers. One strand broke free and soared above the crowd’s head, glowing golden in the afternoon sun.

    Have a great weekend and happy reading! 🙂


  6. Whoa! Those are some fantastic lines. I need to check this book out.

    Happy Friday!!!! I’m so excited for the weekend.

    I’m sharing the first line from The Weaver’s Daughter by Sarah E. Ladd over on my blog today. Here, I will post the first line from a YA novel I teach to my 9th Honors English students — Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin,

    “The end came quickly, and there wasn’t any pain.”


  7. Happy Friday!
    I have not read anything by Sara Ella.

    My first line is from chapter 20 of Bringing Rosie Home by Loree Lough…

    ….Fifteen minutes later, armed with the knowledge that Rosie was safe with Tina and the doctor would meet them at the ER, Rena turned on the car’s emergency flashers and drove twenty miles over the speed limit….

    Blessings, Tina


  8. Happy Friday! My first line is from Miss Wilton’s Waltz by Josi S. Kilpack, which will be released May 1st:

    “As a vicar’s daughter, Lenora knew that doing the right thing was not always easy, in fact it was rarely so.”


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