Teaser Tuesday: Forgive Me, The Year of Reading Dangerously, Paper Towns, White Hot Kiss, A Court of Thorns and Roses, & Childhood's End
Teaser Tuesday is a weekly feature, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading.
"You are the only thing I need. The only thing I want. And you consume me every minute of every day. With you, I am alive. Without you, I am not," he says, and the weight of his words crushes me. "'I love you' just doesn't properly convey that."
~ Forgive Me (Lost Souls #1) by Eliza Freed, Kindle Location 534 (ARC)
Reading is a broad church. But it is still a church.
~ The Year of Reading Dangerously by Andy Miller, Audible - Chapter 2
"My heart is really pounding," I said. "That's how you know you're having fun," Margo said. But it didn't feel like fun; it felt like a heart attack. I pulled over into a 7-Eleven parking lot and held my finger to my jugular vein while watching the: in the digital clock blink every second. When I turned to Margo, she was rolling her eyes at me. "My pulse is dangerously high," I explained.
~ Paper Towns by John Green, pg. 44
People with the purist souls are capable of the greatest evils. No one is perfect, no matter what they are or what side they fight for.
~ White Hot Kiss (The Dark Elements #1) by Jennifer L. Armentrout, pg. 95
Grunting against the weight, I grasped the legs of the deer and spared a final glance at the steaming carcass of the wolf. His remaining golden eye now stared at the snow-heavy sky, and for a moment, I wished I had it in me to feel remorse for the dead thing.
But this was the forest, and it was winter.
~ A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas, pg. 8 (ARC)
“Now I understand," said the last man.
~ Childhood's End by Arthur C. Clarke, pg. 201