Top Ten Tuesday – Top 10 Quotes I Loved From Books I Read In The Past Year Or So

Thank you The Broke and the Bookish for organizing the fun Top Ten Tuesday and for the meme!
Here’s this week’s topic

November 17th Topic ~ Top 10 Quotes I Loved From Books I Read In The Past Year Or So

This weeks topic took a little longer then the other weeks as I had to open up my books or look at my reviews to remember my favorite quotes. I hope you enjoy these ones as much as I did!

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  1. Marie Lu’s The Rose Society – “Someday, when I am nothing but dust and wind, what tale will they tell about me?
  2. Sarah J. Maas’ A Court of Thorns and Roses – “I could have sworn the gleam in his eye turned hungry and feral enough so that I had to look anywhere but his face.
  3. Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows – “No Mourners. No Funerals.
  4. Jody Meadow’s The Orphan Queen – “The Ospreys, these children, were my life. Without them, I had nothing. But with them… With them, I would take back my kingdom.
  5. Jennifer L. Armentrout’s Scorched –  “You know, usually the people who smile the most and laugh the loudest are the ones who…suffer the most.
  6. Sarah J. Maas’ Queen of Shadows – “Let’s go rattle the stars.
  7. Sophie Jordan’s Reign of Shadows – “Fear. Want. An ache for something more that went bone deep. I wanted. I needed.
  8. Katie McGarry’s Nowhere But Here – “People make mistakes. They make wrong choices at the worst moments.
  9. Victoria Aveyard’s The Red Queen – “I told you to hide your heart once. You should have listened.
  10. A.G. Howard’s Ensnared – “Insanity is the most pristine clarity.
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