Page 41 Quotes

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Cassandra Clare
“Always when Will did something to protect Tessa, Jem thought it was for his sake, not for Will's. Always Will wished Jem could be entirely right. Each needle prick had it own name. Guilt. Shame. Love.”
Cassandra Clare, Clockwork Princess

Richelle Mead
“You and me are going to have so much fun, Rose. Picking out curtains, doing each other's hair, telling ghost stories....”
Richelle Mead, Shadow Kiss

Kathleen Winter
“This was a passage in which everyone moved and was unfathomable, which was how Thomasina saw people. She was not a person who froze someone's character in her mind, calling this one egotistical and that one not nearly confident enough and another one truthful or untruthful. To Thomasina people were rivers, always ready to move from one state of being into another. It was not fair, she felt, to treat people as if they were finished beings. Everyone was always becoming and unbecoming.”
Kathleen Winter, Annabel

Michael  Grant
“Tell me something, Noah. Which is more important: freedom or happiness?'

What was this, a game? But Nijinsky wasn't smiling.

'You can't be happy unless your free,' Noah said.”
Michael Grant, BZRK

Paul Tremblay
“It was so dark it was like noting was there in the room but us. Only the nothing was actually something because it filled my eyes and lungs and it sat on my shoulders.”
Paul Tremblay, A Head Full of Ghosts

Lauren Oliver
“I can't stop thinking about what Caroline said to Minna about death. It isn't an infection, she said. She might be right. Then again, we've nested in the walls like bacteria. We've taken over the house, its insulation and its plumbing - we've made it our own. Or maybe it's life that's the infection: a feverish dream, a hallucination of feelings. Death is purification, a cleaning, a cure.”
Lauren Oliver, Rooms