Beautiful Quotes #36

Hi everyone! Today’s book is not just a bit of a throwback for me, it’s also a very important one!

Only one person has ever realised this – but my blog is named after the book I’m about to tell you a quote from.

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“Remember how it was when we kissed? Armfuls and armfuls of
light thrown right at us. A rope dropping down from the sky. How
can the word love and the word life even fit in the mouth?”
Jandy Nelson, The Sky Is Everywhere

This book is no where near as beautiful as I’ll Give You the Sun – but it’s still extremely beautiful. I wrote down so many quotes while reading this book, probably including the one above.

What did you think of this book?

-Beth

May your shelves forever overflow with books! ☽

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14 thoughts on “Beautiful Quotes #36

    1. It is! Although I like it because it’s quite general 🙂

      Well here’s the wikipeda synopsis, haha: The Sky Is Everywhere is a young adult fiction novel by author Jandy Nelson. Published in March 2010, it was Nelson’s debut novel and helped to launch her career as an author. It tells the story of an American high school girl, Lennie Walker, struggling to cope with the sudden death of her older sister. Lennie becomes romantically involved with both her sister’s former fiancé, who shares Lennie’s grief and loss, and also with a new boy in town who shares Lennie’s love of music. Ultimately, Lennie must choose between the two relationships.

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      1. TVD? Is that The Vampire Diaries? Never read that. 😛
        There are way too many love triangles that annoyed me, but I always think about the stupid one in Crewel because (spoilers maybe?) the two guys are brothers. The one in In the End also irritated me because it ruined a perfectly good sequel (and one I was hyped for for a YEAR) by focusing on romance for 90% of the time. I even wrote a post about it, I was so annoyed…

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      2. Ugh, that sucks. Is the love triangle in there from the start? If not, at least there’s that…
        (By the way, you should definitely read In the After, at least. It’s a good book.)

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