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Hiding Out by Jonathan Messinger
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Feb 10, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: 2012, favorites, poetic, donated, 5-stars
Read from February 10 to 13, 2012


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Jonathan Messinger
“How could you love something so destructive?" I ask.
"Because this wolf doesn't care if your heart is whole or not," you say. "It tastes just the same.”
Jonathan Messinger, Hiding Out

Jonathan Messinger
“To break the silence the old man said the first thing that came to his mind: "Loneliness is a type of violence.”
Jonathan Messinger, Hiding Out

Jonathan Messinger
“How did it die?" he asked.
"Short circuit," I said. "Old and frayed wires."
He looked at me like I was senile.
"Could have been disease. Violence. Or, sometimes, things die because we don't love them enough.”
Jonathan Messinger, Hiding Out
tags: death, love

Jonathan Messinger
“I don't think my moped could outrun a cheetah."
"Hun," Claire says. "There are more important things you need to outrun, and a moped isn't going to help you with any of those.”
Jonathan Messinger, Hiding Out

Jonathan Messinger
“The impulse to tell the truth was not as great as the fear of being left off the page.”
Jonathan Messinger, Hiding Out

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02/11/2012 page 46

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