Book Quotes of the week – Sunday 19th September 2021

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Hi Folks!!!

Hope you’re all doing well!!! It’s been a while but I’m finally back to sharing my some of my favourite book quotes!!

Today’s quotes are from the book The Outsider by Stephen King.

“If you can’t let go of the past, the mistakes you’ve made will eat you alive.”


“People are blind to explanations that lie outside their perception of reality.”


“Reality is thin ice, but most people skate on it their whole lives and never fall through until the very end. We did fall through, but we helped each other out. We’re still helping each other.”


“Dreams are the way we touch the unseen world,”


“I believe there’s another dozen thoughts lined up behind each one I’m aware of.”


“Just promise me you’ll stop every once in a while and acknowledge the day, honey. It’s the only one you’ll have until tomorrow.” 


“Doesn’t look like a monster, does he?” “They rarely do.”


“It was no dream she said. Dreams fade. Reality doesn’t.” 


“When you get old, peace is about all you want.”


“Once you eliminate the natural, whatever remains must be supernatural?”


“Dreams are the way we touch the unseen world, that’s what I believe. They are a special gift.”


“Maybe that was strange. Maybe it was sad. Maybe it was what literary types called irony.” 


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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