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That’s What He Said: Love In a Bookstore, a Quote from “A.J. Fikry”

That’s What He Said: Love In a Bookstore, a Quote from “A.J. Fikry”

  This quote comes later in the book between 2 secondary characters. I don’t want to say who because that might be considered a spoiler! But I will say that this exchanged melted my heart a bit. One of the themes of The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin is second chances. This is one of the sweetest things said in the book. And as a bookworm, it’s the perfect thing to say, in my opinion. There’s one other romantic quote in the book. You’ll have to check out my review to see what it is. Trust me, if you love books, you’ll love the other quote, too.   About the Book My Review: I borrowed The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin from my sister-in-law on Labor Day weekend. It’s a book I’ve heard quite a bit about and certainly wanted to give it a shot because it was about a bookstore and a man who loves books. I can admire that.Read the rest of my review.    Come join ChapterBreak.net every Thursday by posting a favorite line from your book boyfriend to his heroine. Keep in mind these are direct quotes from dialogue in […]

4 Comments | Join in on the Conversation | Posted on November 12, 2015
That’s What He Said: Ella, the Slayer by A.W. Exley

That’s What He Said: Ella, the Slayer by A.W. Exley

  About the Book My Review: No simpering princesses here. Ella, the Slayer by A.W. Exley was a refreshing twist on the traditional Cinderella fairy tale and the zombie craze set in the time of Downton Abbey.Read the rest of my review. Visit the Other Tour StopsTour sponsored by CBB Book Promotions    Come join ChapterBreak.net every Thursday by posting a favorite line from your book boyfriend to his heroine. Keep in mind these are direct quotes from dialogue in a book. It is NOT a physical description of a male protag or a paragraph of dialogue. It is a line spoken by our favorite heroes to their lucky ladies.   ella quotes aw exley   Twitter 10 Facebook 0 Google+ 0 Pinterest 0 StumbleUpon 0

10 Comments | Join in on the Conversation | Posted on August 20, 2015
That’s What He Said: The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

That’s What He Said: The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

“…Please, my beloved, don’t fret. Just stay strong and be there for me when the time comes for me to leave this cage. You are mysunlight in the dark and the ground beneath my feet. Becauseof you, I can survive. I hope that you can find strength in me,too, V. That because of me, you will find a way to be strong.”—Antoine to Vianne in a letter My Review The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah left me speechless and in tears. For two nights in a row, I sat crying as I finished the novel. There should be a warning on this book… DO NOT READ THIS BOOK IN PUBLIC! Oh, I tried reading this over my lunch hour… Read the rest of my review.   Book Snapshot Come join ChapterBreak.net every Thursday by posting a favorite line from your book boyfriend to his heroine. Keep in mind these are direct quotes from dialogue in a book. It is NOT a physical description of a male protag or a paragraph of dialogue. It is a line spoken by our favorite heroes to their lucky ladies.   nightingale quotes kristin hannah   Twitter 5 Facebook 0 Google+ 0 Pinterest 0 StumbleUpon 0

18 Comments | Join in on the Conversation | Posted on July 23, 2015
That’s What He Said: Another quote from Hollow City by Ransom Riggs

That’s What He Said: Another quote from Hollow City by Ransom Riggs

“…When we first met, I was convinced you were about to cut my throat. But scared as I was, there was this tiny voice in my head saying: If this is the last face you ever see, at least it’s a beautiful one.” –Jacob to Emma My other favorite Hallow City exchange between Jacob and Emma. My Review The Miss Peregrine series by Ransom Riggs is one of my favorite series. It combines several things that I am dearly fond of. A compelling historical fiction plot with endearing protagonists and creepy antagonists. The physical book is a beauty to behold and is a good weight (not too heavy and not too light). It’s well constructed with amazingly odd photographs, detailed end papers with a design that repeats itself at chapter and part breaks. Without the dust cover, the book appears to be an old classic with its silver inlaid title and decorations. And when placed side by side with book one is the series, it creates a lovely symmetrical tableau on my bookshelf. Read the rest of my review.   Book Snapshot      Come join ChapterBreak.net every Thursday by posting a favorite line from your book boyfriend to his […]

1 Comment | Join in on the Conversation | Posted on May 21, 2015