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“‘He bounces,’ Rafe observes, and then they dust off their hands, smiling at him.” – Page 23 from Bring Up the Bodies by Hilary Mantel.

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“Historians have suggested that we began to disregard our neighbours at around the same time as we ceased communally to honour our gods.” – Sentence on page 23 of Religion for Atheists by Alain de Botton

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“It is an innocuous word, and Daniel Spork was not a firebrand or a red-toothed crook – unlike his son – but it puts Joe a little more on edge.” – Sentence on page 23 of Angelmaker by Nick Harkaway.

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“Given the crowd in the salon and the nature of the gathering, she doubted any of the three would notice her absence until they were ready to depart; only then would they look for her.” – Sentence on Page 23 …

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“There are a number of ways to establish someone’s approximate survival expectations without actually asking.” – Page 23, Sentence 22* of The Fault in our Stars by John Green. *Yes, I’m aware that it’s supposed to be sentence 5 of …