Teaser Tuesday: The Distance Between Lost and Found, The Galaxy Game, Mobile Library, & Cooper Bartholomew is Dead
Teaser Tuesday is a weekly feature, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading.
Despite growing up not too far from the mountains, Hallelujah hasn't done a lot of hiking. Now, she's realizing she likes it. The way the mountains make her feel like a tiny part of something much bigger. And the way she could take a few steps off the path and feel completely alone and apart.
~ The Distance Between Lost and Found by Kathryn Holmes, Kindle Location 446
"Lunch and a datachip. Many an apocalypse has been started by less, my friends."
~ The Galaxy Game by Karen Lord, pg. 189
"In every book is a clue about life," she said. "That's how stories are connected. You bring them to life when you read them, so the things that happen in them will happen to you."
"I don't think the things that happen in books will happen in my life," he said.
"That's where you're wrong," she said. "You just don't recognize them yet."
~ Mobile Library by David Whitehouse, Kindle Location 731-734
The world is simply less without him in it. And for me it will always be that way. Less colourful. Less magic. Less.
~ Cooper Bartholomew is Dead by Rebecca James, pg. 222