Never-Ending Book Quiz
Story opener from John D. MacDonald:
In his dreams there was light and color, remembered faces and old accusations, and in his dreams his voice seemed to go on and on, explaining, justifying himself to skeptics.
But he would come out of the dreams, out of a remembered litheness, back into a body ninety-two years old, to the hush of a house of illness. He knew his impatience was irrational. The body had always healed itself in time. Sickness had always been temporary. But this business of dying seemed to involve so much waiting.
Choose the correct answer:On the Run Murder in the Wind Soft Touch A Man of Affairs
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