My last quote of the challenge! I want to thank Another Closet Hippie once again for asking me to participate.
In vain I have struggled. It will not do. My feelings will not be repressed. You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you
Pride and Prejudice
And as for three nominations…Anyone who wants to should do it! It’s a great exercise, and it was hard to pick just three quotes!
The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie by Alan Bradley. It got my attention and brought me a whole series with it.
Another day another quote:
“People simply disappeared, always during the night. Your name was removed from the registers, every record of everything you had ever done was wiped out, your one-time existence was denied and then forgotten. You were abolished, annihilated: vaporized was the usual word.”
The next three I’ll be tagging will be:
1. It’s a Bookish Thing 13
2. Pomegranate Cat Books
3. Reading with Jenna
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
I think finding out about Sirius, and the events after this reveal, was a pretty big surprise for me. It really changed my entire view of what the series would be like. It was a twist in the story that changed the direction of the whole series, and that is why, while it may not have been the biggest plot twist, I chose to list this one as the most surprising for me.
I was tagged to do this by Another Closet Hippie. I’ve been seeing it around lately and had been wondering what it was about, so I’m thrilled to be included!
The first quote comes from The Dinner by Herman Koch
“Around here, we’re as happy as God in France.”
Rules of this Challenge:
- Post three consecutive days
- You can pick one or three quotes per day
- Challenge three different bloggers per day
For today, I’ll be tagging:
1. Book Adventures
2. The Book and the Bone
3. Zezee with Books
I learned a lot from this book. Like there are always two sides to the story and that even the “bad guy” has some redeeming qualities. Sometimes, when you find out a bit more about the other side, you can find sympathy for the other person. I’ve learned to be a bit more open-minded and less black-and-white about things since reading the book (and seeing the musical, which was also pretty amazing!).
I’ve said it before, but I really connected to Hermione when I was a child. All about those books!