What's a quote or description from a book that hits just right whenever you read it?
For me it's the opening line from "Where the Crawdads Sing" by Delia Owens. It goes:
"The morning burned so August-hot, the marsh's moist breath hung the oaks and pines with fog."
The "marsh's breath" part especially. It's such a clever way to describe mist.
We do not remember days, we remember moments.
ALL THE BRIGHT PLACES
We are all someone's monster.
SIX OF CROWS
You don’t forget the face of the person who was your last hope.
THE HUNGER GAMES
I have a theory that selflessness and bravery aren't all that different.
I suppose a fire that burns that bright is not meant to last.
Why does everything have to be so hard? Because everyone wants to eat, but no one wants to be eaten.
THE INHERITANCE CYCLE
Honor has no place in survival.
CARVE THE MARK
Yikes that's a lot hehe
@aiceleste That's totally okay, I'm so sorry if I came across as pushy. That was never my intention, I understand how crazy busy life can get at times
Thank you and I'm sorry for coming across so rude, I never meant to ❤
@_grey-storm but see I am really quite busy with life at the moment. It's been over a week since I've been online. I'll add "Playing with Fire" to my reading list, though, just so I can remember to read it when I have more time. I don't want to half-heartedly read something. I hope you understand.