Quotes From My Last Five Books

I have read some amazingly quotable books lately and I wanted to share some of them with you! I truly think you can tell a lot about a book from a few quotes, so hopefully this will inspire you to give some of these a try.

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Like the color pink, someone always sees the story different. Some see rose and magenta, and other see coral and salmon. When at the end of the day, it’s just regular old pink.

So remember, Sweet Pea, just ’cause someone got a roof, don’t make it a home.

Everyone doesn’t circle the same sun.

Punching the Air: Amazon.ca: Harper Collins Canada: Books

school teaches you what to think
not how to think and nobody raises
their hands except to give
the right answer

They believed those lies about me

and made themselves
a whole other boy
in their minds
and replaced me with him

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Being close to her was like being warmed by a bonfire, and I had been cold for a long time.

Angry mothers raise daughters fierce enough to fight wolves. I am not worried for her in the least.

You will never remember the great if you do not remember the small.

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What is it they say? What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas? Well, I can’t stay.

There was a girl with rose-pink cheeks and pitch-black hair and, yes, sea-salt and sage behind her ears and over the soft, veiny parts of her wrists.

Maybe lonely creatures can hear it in other lonely creatures. That thing in their voice that says, I am like you.

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Keita is just like all the rest, giving us impossibilities and calling them choices.

Every girl knows it by heart. We recite it whenever we enter a temple – a constant reminder that women were created to be helpmeets to men, subservient to their desires and commands.

The physical body—it heals. The scars fade. But the memories are forever. Even when you forget, they remain inside, taunting you, resurfacing when you least expect.

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6 thoughts on “Quotes From My Last Five Books

  1. ‘When at the end of the day, it’s just regular old pink.’ That’s such a good analogy for what it is trying to say! I’m totally looking this book up

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