Meg Rosoff Quotes

13 of the best book quotes from Meg Rosoff
“If there was ever a more perfect day in the history of time it isn’t one I’ve heard about.”
“I don’t get nearly enough credit in life for the things I manage not to say.”
“Things happen and once they start happening you pretty much just have to hold on for dear life and see where they drop you when they stop.”
“Every war has turning points and every person too.”
“He thought: How difficult is it to explain yourself to yourself. Sometimes there only is, and no knowing.”
“Is it better to go with the flow or let the flow go?”
“Maybe we should always start everything from the inside and work to the outside, and not from the outside to the inside. What’d you think?”
Osbert was the only one who didn’t seem suspicious. He was so interested in the Decline of Western Civilization that he missed the version of it taking place under his nose.”
“The things that break your heart when you think there’s nothing left to break.”
“After all this time, I know exactly where I belong. Here. With Edmond. And that’s how I live now.”
“I guess the difference between Gin and me is that when Gin for shut in the barn she though Edmond didn’t love her anymore because I could feel Edmond out there somewhere always loving me I didn’t have to howl all night.”
“If you haven’t been in a war and are wondering how long it takes to get used to losing everything you think you need or love, I can tell you the answer is no time at all.”
“My father took one look at me when I was born and must have thought I had the face of someone dignified and sad like an old-fashioned queen or a dead person, but what I turned out like in plain, not much there to notice.
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