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Top Ten Book Quotes

May 24: Book Quote Freebie

The Song of Achilles // Madeline Miller

“I could recognize him by touch alone, by smell; I would know him blind, by the way his breaths came and his feet struck the earth. I would know him in death, at the end of the world.”

“Name one hero who was happy.”

Under the Whispering Door by T.J. Klune

“It’s never enough, is it? Time. We always think we have so much of it, but when it really counts, we don’t have enough at all.”

“If we worry about the little things all the time, we run the risk of missing the bigger things.”

Where the Drowned Girls Go // Seanan McGuire

“I never wanted to be a hero, but that doesn’t mean I’ll let you turn me into a villain”

“This is a world without heroes. And you’re here.”

Vespertine // Margaret Rogerson

“They would martyr me themselves to satisfy their hunger for a saint.”

“If there’s one thing I can always rely upon, it’s the reassuring dependability of human idiocy. Give your kind a century or so, and they’ll happily repeat the exact same mistakes that nearly wiped them all out a few generations before.”

A Dowry of Blood // S.T. Gibson

“You liked me best when I was like an oil painting; perfectly arranged and silent.”

“War is the whetstone that grinds down all sense, all humanity.”

25 thoughts on “Top Ten Book Quotes”

  1. Love the SoA quotes. That first one especially hits hard! I’m also really keen to pick up Vespertine now as I’ve seen a few quotes from the book today and I get curiouser each time I see one!

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