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Ian McEwan
“Blind luck, to arrive in the world with your properly formed parts in the right place, to be born to parents who were loving, not cruel, or to escape, by geographical or social accident, war or poverty. And therefore to find it so much easier to be virtuous.”
Ian McEwan, The Children Act

“i love myself.'

the
quietest.
simplest.
most
powerful.
revolution.
ever.”
Nayyirah Waheed

Allen Eskens
“do you know what a dying declaration is?” I didn't, although I gave it a shot. “It's a declaration made by someone who is dying?” “It is a term of law,” he said. “If a man whispers the name of his killer and then dies, it's considered good evidence because there's a belief—an understanding—that a person who is dying would not want to die with a lie upon his lips. No sin could be greater than a sin that cannot be rectified, the sin you never get to confess.”
Allen Eskens, The Life We Bury

Khaled Hosseini
“It's a funny thing... but people mostly have it backward. They think they live by what they want. But really, what guides them is what they're afraid of. What they don't want.”
Khaled Hosseini, And the Mountains Echoed

“This is a book about a very simple idea: where the criminal justice system fails to respond vigorously to violent injury and death, homicide becomes endemic.”
Jill Leovy, Ghettoside: A True Story of Murder in America

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