My favourite quotes from the books I’ve read in the past week.
Something Like Normal By Trish Doller
Maybe someday we’ll see each other again, Charlie. For real, I mean. Until then, save me a seat, okay?
The Thing About The Truth By Lauren Barnholdt
Parents don’t get that though. They don’t understand about the fragility of teen friendships. They don’t understand how easy it is for things to break apart. How someone you thought would be by your side forever can just disappear, or turn on you, or decide she likes someone more than she likes you. Parents always talk about romantic relationships to be so ephemeral and fleeting in high school. What they don’t get is that friendships can be the same way.
These are my favourite quotes from the books that I’ve read in the past week.
Everybody Sees The Ants By A.S. King
“Listen to me. They may control what you do, but no one can pee on your soul without your permission.”
Life Is But A Dream By Brian James
“Because there’s nothing wrong with me,” Alec says. “You know what is? Our society is so screwed up from top to bottom, everything about it, that it’s become impossible to fix. It’s easier to change people and make them fit into something that’s broken. Know what I mean?”
Skin By Adrienne Maria Vrettos
The way to get people to love you is to show them that you love them.