Josh Malerman

Bird Box

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iidiotequehas quoted2 years ago
We left because some people choose to wait for news and others make their own.
Gaby Munteanhas quoted2 years ago
She wants to plead with anyone who might listen
juliasegura97has quoted2 years ago
“Maybe a thing has to be smart enough to lose its mind.”
Brooklynn Murphyhas quoted2 years ago
Think about that, Malorie. It all kind of happened in a row, each step allowed the next step to happen. All because we weren’t stagnant. We took risks. Now you’ve got to do the same.
Jovana Ostojićhas quoted2 years ago
You are saving their lives for a life not worth living.
pewpewhaiyahhhas quoted2 years ago
MAN IS THE CREATURE HE FEARS
Andrey Vostokovhas quoted2 years ago
This is what a grave smells like. This is death.
kingaartushas quoted2 years ago
Maybe a thing has to be smart enough to lose its mind.”
vpetty22has quoted2 years ago
One day, the pain your mother and the pain every mother speaks of will come to you in the same form: childbirth. Only a woman can experience it and because of this all women are bonded.
vpetty22has quoted2 years ago
Malorie thinks. How horrible. After all this struggling, all this survival. To die because of an accident.
Nur Afrinahas quoted2 years ago
placid afternoons, tempestuous evenings,
Nur Afrinahas quoted2 years ago
a pile of musty coats conceals purple scratches
samroserodriguezhas quoted4 years ago
when the sky turns black and is suddenly, beautifully, spotted with stars.
b5724687955has quoted2 months ago
the sun is probably only peeking above the horizon

matahari mungkin hanya mengintip di atas kaki langit

Cris Lohas quoted4 months ago
A woman who once stumbled down this same slippery bank and felt the same point of salvation, the pointed steel tip of the rowboat.
Cris Lohas quoted4 months ago
For not finding a way to let them know the vastness of the sky. For not finding a way to let them run free in the yard, the street, the neighborhood of empty homes and weathered parked cars. Or granting them a single peek, just once, into space, when the sky turns black and is suddenly, beautifully, spotted with stars.
Cris Lohas quoted4 months ago
Malorie knows that four years can easily become eight. Eight will quickly become twelve. And then the children will be adults. Adults who have never seen the sky. Never looked out a window. What would twelve years of living like veal do to their minds?
Ngọc Anh Phanhas quoted8 months ago
e are not stopping for any reason. N
yassminefanidhas quoted8 months ago
box used as a garbage can.
Akshata Datkhilehas quoted9 months ago
has protected her and the children for what feels like a lifetime.
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