There has been a story that I've been wanting to write for awhile, but this is one of my ideas that I really want to go far. Problem is that I can't come up with a good introduction sentence otherwise known as a "hook" sentence. The sentence would kick off the prologue in which the story introduces the main antagonist(s), but then it will eventually trail off to the main plot in which these antagonists won't appear for quite awhile. To give a brief description of the prologue: it takes place in a world where that world's heroes have all been killed off and only one lone survivor remains as this group of antagonists who seek to destroy all existence of life approach him. I've been struggling with this for awhile since a lot of well-known stories have an incredibly powerful hook sentence, and I really don't want to screw this up. Here's a couple of examples that I've been messing around with, but I was wondering what you guys' personally think. Feel free to let me know. 1. Life and death, they’re both connected, yet at the same time still separated. While one brings hope and joy, the other brings sadness and fear. Truth be told is that one encompasses the other with a grand amount of power. This is death. 2. Death remains a mystery while it continues to ravage our world with fear and destruction. The frightening reality it attains drives many into insanity, but we are still left to wonder what would happen if its powers were given to that of an ordinary man? 3. Legend tells of a man who has been gifted the power of death. With an organization of miscreants both maniacal and sadistic, this man rides across the intergalactic landscape in constant search of worlds in which they destroy without any hesitation.