Book Quotes of the Week – Sunday 5th December 2021

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Hi Folks!!!

Happy Sunday!! Hope you’re all doing well!!! Time to share some more of my favourite quotes!!!

Today’s quotes are from the book Thunderhead by Neal Shusterman. (Click on title for my thoughts on the book)

“Death must exist for life to have meaning.”


“If we were judged by the things we most regret, no human being would be worthy to sweep the floor.” 


“It’s my pleasure to be your displeasure.”


“In time, all storms settle to a pleasant breeze.” 


“The end doesn’t always justify the means. But sometimes it does. Wisdom is knowing the difference.


“That which comes cannot be avoided.”


“Grief is not an excuse for depravity.”


“What’s the point of living forever if you can’t take a few risks?”


“There is a fine line between freedom and permission. The former is necessary. The latter is dangerous–perhaps the most dangerous thing the species that created me has ever faced.


“One can never truly master the art of driving, because no journey is ever exactly the same.” 


“We are forever impaled upon our own wisdom.”


“Our choices are not easy- nor should they be.”


“The harder you scrutinise randomness, the more coincidence seems like design.” 


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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