Some examples of interesting book dedicates are featured in the books 'This Boy's Life' by Tobias Wolff, 'Cosmos' by Carl Sagan and 'Fuzzing: A Brute Force Vulnerability Discovery' by Pedram Amini. Book dedications are usually expressions of gratitude or connection to other people.
In 'This Boy's Life', Tobias Wolff writes as his dedication, "My first stepfather used to say that what I didn't know would fill a book. Well, here it is".
In 'Cosmos' by Carl Sagan, he writes,"In the vastness of space and the immensity of time, it is my joy to spend a planet and an epoch with Annie".
Pedram Amini's dedication in 'Fuzzing: A Brute Force Vulnerability Discovery' is "I dedicate this book to George W. Bush, my Commander-in-Chief, whose impressive career advancement despite remedial language skills inspired me to believe that I was capable of authoring a book."