My Favorite Quotes From… Obsession by Amanda Robson

Obsession by Amanda Robson Originally published: May 4, 2017 “Holidays aren’t holidays anymore. We just take our children to a different place to look after them.” “I was puzzled. ‘Surely caring is good? How can you care too much?'” “He makes it sound as if grief follows a pattern, which surprises me, as I would…… Continue reading My Favorite Quotes From… Obsession by Amanda Robson

My Favorite Quotes From… Words in Deep Blue

Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley Originally published: August 30, 2016 “These must be the most depressive words in the history of love. I tried really hard to love you. I’m not certain of a lot of things, but I’m certain of this – when I’m old and I have dementia, when my brain…… Continue reading My Favorite Quotes From… Words in Deep Blue

My Favorite Quotes From… Gabi, A Girl in Pieces

Gabi, A Girl in Pieces by Isabel Quintero Originally published: August 18, 2014 “The addict is an insatiable beast. He or she is no longer the person they were before that first high.” “But it came out hurried and hot and by the end my tongue was on fire.” “She looked so sad that I…… Continue reading My Favorite Quotes From… Gabi, A Girl in Pieces

My Favorite Quotes From… Best Boy by Eli Gottlieb

Best Boy by Eli Gottlieb Originally published: August 18, 2015 “She was smiling with her teeth but the water was continuing to fall from her eyes and this confused me because the glass all around us was supposed to keep the water out.” “I was so unhappy that it was raining all the time in…… Continue reading My Favorite Quotes From… Best Boy by Eli Gottlieb

My Favorite Quotes From… The Fourth Monkey by J.D. Barker

The Fourth Monkey by J.D. Barker Originally published: June 27, 2017 “I have killed simply to satisfy the need that tends to grow in me with the passage of time.” “Men are perverts, dear. The whole lot of them. The earlier you realize that, the better.” “Ah, good sir. Didn’t your mother ever tell you sneaking…… Continue reading My Favorite Quotes From… The Fourth Monkey by J.D. Barker