When a friend comes up to you for a recommendation, what do you normally suggest? List your top five most recommendable books for today’s prompt!
“There’s a sort of relief in talking to someone with shared struggles, but it was also like scratching a poison ivy rash: satisfying, but painful at the same time. Whatever he felt though, it was nice to feel slightly less alone.”
“Some things you can never leave behind. They don’t belong to the past. They belong to you.”
“The people we love are never really gone from us,” Mom said. “Try to remember that. I know it’s hard. It feels like the whole world should just stop spinnin’, but it doesn’t. And we’ve gotta find a way to pick up the pieces.”
“I’m a woman, kid. You probably haven’t met one before, coming as you do from this backward place, but it’s like a man only smarter and with bigger balls.”
De boekenclub heeft A Curse so Dark and Lonely gelezen van Brigid Kemmerer! Benieuwd wat ze te zeggen hebben over dit boek? Let op! SPOILERS!
What books did you read in a different language than it was written, or you could also stretch it to what books did you read in your additional languages. For those of us in countries where English is not the lingua franca, this should be an easy(ish) topic, for us monolingual English speakers, this might be more of a challenge. I guess you could also do translated works you have yet to read.
“You will have to choose one road, but when you do, the other will be lost. There is no victory without defeat, so you do not want to choose at all, but you must. And no matter what you choose, you will lose something. Or someone.”
“I know better than to be afraid of stories”
There are some books that are fantastic no matter how many times you read them. What books do you want to reread soon?