1.  885


  2.  582

    Do you like the person you’ve become?
    — Bastille (via hqlines)
  3.  398

    When you begin a journey of revenge, start by digging two graves: one for your enemy, and one for yourself.
    — Jodi Picoult, Nineteen Minutes (via quoted-books)
  4.  444

    I like autumn. The drama of it; the golden lion roaring through the back door of the year, shaking its mane of leaves. A dangerous time; of violent rages and deceptive calm, of fireworks in the pockets and conkers in the fist.
    — Joanne Harris, Gentlemen and Players (via quoted-books)
  5.  390

    The human eye is a wonderful device. With a little effort, it can fail to see even the most glaring injustice.
    — Richard K. Morgan, Altered Carbon (via quoted-books)
  6.  438

    Then I let the stories live
    inside my head, again and again
    until the real world fades back
    into cricket lullabies
    and my own dreams.
    — Jacqueline Woodson, brown girl dreaming
    (via quoted-books)
  7.  340

    People don’t change who they are. They only change what they do with it.
    — Maggie Stiefvater, Forever (via quoted-books)
  8.  268

    Can you be happy with the movies, and the ads, and the clothes in the stores, and the doctors, and the eyes as you walk down the street all telling you there is something wrong with you? No. You cannot be happy. Because, you poor darling baby, you believe them.
    — Katherine Dunn, Geek Love (via quoted-books)
  9.  743

    Out of habit, she stopped by the bookshelf in the living room to see if there was a paperback that she could stuff into her pocket for emergencies — you never knew when you might need a book to entertain and comfort and distract you in the day’s empty places.
    — Emily Croy Barker, The Thinking Woman’s Guide to Real Magic (via quoted-books)
  10.  618

    Do I love you? My God, if your love were a grain of sand, mine would be a universe of beaches.
    — William Goldman, The Princess Bride (via quoted-books)

    (via quoted-books)