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I often highlight my favorite quotes in the book I’m reading (yes, I —gasp— highlight —gasp— on my books. That’s how I show my love for the book #iregretnothing) and getting to share some of them with you guys made me so happy and excited!! I have so many more but, sometimes, the quote only makes sense in the context of said book and if I wrote it here, you won’t really get it so I had to reign my enthusiasm a bit lol
So here are some of my favorite quotes from books I read in 2015.
He did not need to live forever, but he would like to live long enough to forget the taste of fear.
The Burning Sky by Sherry Thomas
Even surrounded by the dead and facing execution, Reyna Ramírez-Arellano had a huge reservoir of bravery to share.
The Blood of Olympus by Rick Riordan
I wish you happy hunting among the bookshelves of some lovely library.
The Celestial Globe by Marie Rutkoski
“So often,” Jackaby said,”people think that when we arrive at a crossroad, we can choose only one path, but —as I have often and articulately postulated— people are stupid. We’re not walking the path. We are the path. We are all the roads and all the intersections. Of course we can choose both.”
Beastly Bones by William Ritter
Somewhere in the dark, a sparrow flapped its crippled wings and began to sing.
Stormdancer by Jay Kristoff.
“I hate her,” Reesa growled. “Remind me why we’re friends with her?”
“Must’ve done something awful in a past life.”
“We’re such losers,” said Reesa. “It’s sad, really.”
Between the Notes by Sharon Huss Roat
“What are you, fucking National Geographic? Who says ‘lioness’?
Suddenly One Summer by Julie James
But when alone has the promise of company at the end of it, it isn’t quite as lonely.
Loot by Jude Watson
If you would like to know how to how easy it is to overlook evil, to see it for something else, Petra could tell you: it is the easiest thing in the world.
The Cabinet of Wonders by Marie Rutkoski
Then my hand closed around a hard leather grip, and I pulled my sword out of nowhere.
The Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan
Q: Did any of these quotes strike you straight in the heart? Which ones?
My favorite is the one from The Cabinet of Wonders. It still resonates in me no matter how many times I read it.
Q: Would you consider reading the books that these quotes came from?