November Reads

This month I decided to make note of my favorite quotes from the books I read. Some had a lot more than others, but I decided to list my the favorites that went along with the premise of each book.

1. The Midnight Library by Matt Haig ***

“A person is like a city. You couldn’t let a few less desirable parts put you off the whole. There may be bits you don’t like, a few dodgy side streets and suburbs, but the good stuff makes it worthwhile.”

2. The Book of Two Ways by Jodi Picoult ***

“Ancient Egyptians believed the first and most necessary ingredient in the universe was chaos. It could sweep you away, but it was also the place from which all things start new.”

3. His and Hers by Alice Feeney ***

“We are a species capable of horrific acts and incapable of learning from the lessons our own history tried to teach us.”

4. Majesty by Katharine McGee **

“It might sting less with time, but that doesn’t mean we’ll never stop feeling the loss. Well just get a little better at carrying it.”

5. The Yellow House by Sarah Broom **

“Distance lends perspective, but it can also shade, misinterpret.”

6. All The Missing Girls by Megan Miranda ***

“There’s a danger to it, because it grows out of something real, a seed in the earth, giving life on its own. It’s all tangled together- the truth, the fiction-and sometimes it’s hard to pick apart. Sometimes it’s hard to remember which parts truly exist.”

7. A Question of Betrayal by Anne Perry ***

“You know as well as I do that most anger is actually fear of something. Anger is so much easier.”

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