Top 5 BAD*SS Last Lines (ft. no spoilers)

This week’s T5T from Bionic Book Worm is EMOTIONAL. Last lines always make me sad because i never want there to be a last line because I can never move on.

So I’ve chosen lines that make me v happy and/or are BADASS.

These last lines are so precious I want to tattoo them on my body.



“Go on, then,” he says. “Carry on, Simon.”


Flower Bouquet 2


“Their hands meet, and light spills in a flood like a hundred golden urns pouring out of the sun.”

Flower Bouquet 2

raven king

“Facing the Foxes on the court this spring would be the last mistake Riko ever made.”


Flower Bouquet 2

2018 challenge

“How could I have ever been ashamed of loving Dante Quintana?”

(mY fAvoRite liNe evER.)

Flower Bouquet 2


“Poor Grendel’s had an accident,” I whisper. “So may you all.”

(oh god. this line??????? SO SPECIAL.)

Flower Bouquet 2

What are your favorite last lines??

Is Dante Quintana your daily inspiration. Because Dante Quintana is my daily inspiration.

All I want is to start a Ari and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe book club in which we read gay love stories and spill tea????????

a list of cages


39 thoughts on “Top 5 BAD*SS Last Lines (ft. no spoilers)

  1. Elizabeth says:

    That last line from TSOA! Oh, it killed me! What a heartbreaking reunion, I was feeling so much.

    And the last line of A Tale of Two Cities will ALWAYS move me to tears. I reread the entire book just for that last paragraph.
    “It is a far, far better thing that i do, than i have ever done; it is a far, far better rest that i go to than i have ever known.”

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  2. Beth (Reading Every Night) says:

    I love the last line for The Song of Achilles. It never fails to bring back all the emotions and heartbreak I felt reading the book.
    My favourite last line is probably from The Book Thief, even years after I’ve finished it it’s one that’s still stuck with me. Second place would probably go to The Night Circus and maybe A Conjuring of Light too. Two of my favourite books so no surprise there! 😀
    Great post. 🙂 ❤️

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  3. bookbeachbunny says:

    Love that Carry On bit! My favorite last lines are A Tale of Two Cities- because when I read it I was so confused and then you get those lines and it all snapped into place for me.
    But recently its definitely from Now I Rise from Kiersten White. Its just such a hell yeah, bring me the next book now kind of moment!

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    • malanielovesfiction says:

      tale of two cities was so devastating, my husband was Syndey Carton and he was so tragic nad lovable adn he needed to be loved???? and THE ENDING???? I’m still not recovered and it’s been like 5 years.
      I can’t wait to read Now i Rise oh god


  4. Rebecca Alasdair says:

    Last lines are JUST as important as first lines because, when done right, they can be what makes a book stay in your heart and mind forever. One of my all-time favourites is from The Eye of the World (the first in Robert Jordan’s epic Wheel of Time series):

    “The Prophecies will be fulfilled,” the Aes Sedai whispered. “The Dragon is Reborn.”

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