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First Sentence: But let me tell you about another, even more curious adventure.
Last Sentence: Today we had chicken and rice for lunch.
Cellular (Quintessential) Sentence: I had been ready for anything, but not a teapot.
The first book in my zodiac of literature is detective story in search of a crime. The narrator is
a student who rents a room with his friend in a family's house. As they approach the house he
sees a sparrow hung by a piece of wire in the bushes. This strange episode triggers questions
for the narrator that lead not only to more questions but seemingly tangible connections to
remote actions and things (like a crack in the ceiling in the shape of an arrow). Soon, he b
ecomes intent in finding the meaning behind the connections, to the point of imposing his own
actions in the skein of connected events.