Book Quotes of the week – Sunday 10th January 2021

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Hi Readers!!!

Welcome back to my first favourite book quotes post for 2021!!! I know some of you have been waiting for this post!!!

So, let’s get started!!!

Today’s quotes are from the book On The Come Up by Angie Thomas

“There’s only so much you can take being described as somebody you’re not.”


“Um, excuse you, but Harry Potter is a cultural phenomenon.”


“High school ain’t the end or the beginning. It ain’t even in the middle. You ’bout to do big things, whether they see it or not. I see it. Everybody last night saw it. Long as you see it, that’s all that matters.” 


“When people die, they sometimes take the living with them.”


“Never let yourself drown while trying to save somebody that don’t want to be saved.” 


“I’d rather see her as my hero than as somebody else’s villain.”


“Not everything deserves your energy.” 


“There will always be someone with something to say, but it doesn’t mean you gotta listen”


“There’s only so long you can blame what you’ve been through for what you do. At some point, you gotta blame yourself.”


“I’m always weird about new people, I guess. The more people in your life, the more people who can leave your life, you know?”


“Crying doesn’t make you weak, Bri, and even if it did, there’s nothing wrong with that. Admitting that you’re weak is one of the strongest things you can do”


Have you read this book? Do you have any favourite quotes from it? Would love to read them. Feel free to share them in the comments below.


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