The Best Sentences We've Read This Month
Dig into these amazing lines from this fall's newest books that make you stop and think—or just gasp at the power of the language.
"Edwardsville was the first place where I understood what manners were for...They allowed
people who may not even have liked each other much to get along effortlessly in the closest quarters. They were a way for tradition, faith, courtesy, and habit to exchange places in a ceaseless dance."
— Lee Sandlin, author of The Distancers: An American Memoir.