Top 10 Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish in which you make a list of ten to do with a certain topic.
This week’s topic is ten inspirational quotes from books. Well, normally this would be no problem for me, but all my books are halfway around the world, so I can’t just look them up. Therefore, I hope Goodreads has the ones I want!
This book has so many fantastic quotes, one of the only plays I can read over and over again without getting bored.
I devoured this book when I read it for AP Lit and I would recommend it to anyone. I love the post-apocalyptic world in this book and I’ll probably read more by her at some point in my life.
I really enjoyed Katie’s character and it was really difficult to narrow it down to just one thing. This one can be broadened to more than just yoga and it’s basically my favorite quote in the entire book and the first one I thought of when I read this prompt.
This quote and the previous one goes hand in hand. They’re from the same scene, but one is Kate talking and the other is Joe’s thoughts.
First off, I needed something from John Green on my list, otherwise it wouldn’t be complete. Second this one, it makes me think I need to do things now because who knows how much time you have left?
This book was really good and dare I say it? The movie was even better, but the movie left out all the amazing quotes from the narration (well a lot of them). Either way, this reminds me of all the times my friends and I were rolling on the floor laughing.
I just love this quote it was perfect and I can’t really explain it. Just read the book.
Because obviously. It’s self explanatory.
I’ve read this book twice, once was technically listening… but still anyway I really like this quote because it makes me feel like it’s okay to not be in control all the time.
Honorable mention: Something from the Uglies series. I couldn’t find the quote I was looking for and I looked for a solid hour