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Probably the hardest part about writing a book is how to start a story in the first place. Though there are many advises from professional editors and famous writers themselves, it is still the most crucial part where your literary genius must shine.

It’s often said that a book shouldn’t be judged by its cover, but what about its opening lines? The beginning of it carries the daunting task of hooking the prospective reader in and has a very brief window of time to do so. And with so many books to read, the competition between them is wast. Having that in mind, we’ve rounded up the first lines of some of the world’s most famous books, and they stand as excellent examples of how a short sentence or two can set the tone for an entire story – and define its legacy for decades to come.

Scroll through each poignant piece of literary genius and most known book quotes below in our list. Be sure to let us know which must-read books have you read. And if you haven’t laid your eyes on any of these best books to read, you will definitely pick your next read here.

1.’The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy‘ By Douglas Adams

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Far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the galaxy lies a small ,unregarded yellow sun.

2.’A Frolic Of His Own‘ By William Gaddis

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Justice?you get justice in the next world,in this world you have the law

3.’Fahrenheit 451‘ By Ray Bradbury

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it was a pleasure to burn

4.’1984‘ By George Orwell

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it was a bright cold day in april,and the clocks were striking thirteen.

5.’Anna Karenina‘ By Leo Tolstoy

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all happy famillies;each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way

6.’The Great Gatsby‘ By F. Scott Fitzgerald

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in my younger and more vulnerable years my father gave me some advice that i’ve been turning over in my mind ever since.When ever you fel like criticising any one,he told me,just remember that all the people in this world haven’t had the adventages that you’ve had.

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  1. The above three short sentences about security of our data reads like an opening to a GREAT story! You should run a competition for what follows………….

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