"He spoke precise English touched by a British accent."
-Black Order by James Rollins
"'But if a woman is partial to a man, and does not endeavor to conceal it, he must find it out.'"
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.
Read it twice. Going on my third time.
"it was then she knew she would always hate her younger brother."
Blade of Fire, 2nd book of the Icemark chronicels
"The evolution of Massachusetts' government was somewhat different; the fact that the charter was brought with settlers insured that events in America would be the determining factors." from Out of Our Past by Carl N. Degler.
I suppose that's what I get for procrastinating on my history homework...the most boring sentence here.
"It doesn't matter."
Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
"This was in 1556, four years before Raleigh was born." Haha, I suppose this just reinforces my nerdiness. It's from The Book of General Ignorance, from QI.
The formula for the volume of a cub is V=S^3, where S is the length of one edge.
By book, you meant Algebra II & trig book, right? :P
"Yackum," Bovril repeated.
From the amazing book Goliath, third and final book in Scott Westerfeld's trilogy, Leviathan.
"It looked pretty strange because he couldn't really see." From the poem The Boy With Nails in His Eyes, from the book The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy & other stories by Tim Burton.
"Anyway, our love was stretching across some big watery thing."
Not the most interesting sentence, I suppose... It's from Away Laughing On A Fast Camel by Louise Rennison.