First Line Friday is a meme created by Hoarding Books. Feel free to head over there, have a look around, grab your nearest book and post its first line in the comments there and in your blog.
I am currently reading a paperbook from my TBR pile and re-reading the first book of The Expanse. I have been thinking about re-reading that series for a while now and the last season of the TV adaptation clinched the deal. I doubt that I will manage to get through the whole series again, before the last book comes out in October, but I‘ll give it a shot.
The Prefect (Prefect Dreyfus Emergency, #1) — re-published as Aurora Rising (Prefect Dreyfus Emergency, #1) — by Alastair Reynolds
Thalia Ng felt her weight increasing as the elevator sped down the spoke from the habitat‘s docking hub.
Leviathan Wakes (The Expanse, #1)
by James S.A. Corey (Goodreads Author), Jefferson Mays (Narrator)
The Scopuli had been taken eight days ago, and Julie Mao was finally ready to be shot.
Somehow Dreyfus and Miller feel very alike. I like that both first sentences drop you right in the action and you get a pretty good idea, what type of story you are dealing with. No tortured first lines full of flowery adverbs and superfluous fluff, trying to create atmosphere.