Quote from Mockingjay (barely-a-spoiler alert)Friday's Finest is a meme hosted by Steff & Justine from A Bookful of Thoughts.
~Post a quote that really stuck to you after reading it in a book.
~Make sure it isn't a spoiler!
~If you'd like, expand on what you think it means and why you chose
It's funny how this line really just jumped off the page for me for no other reason than the fact that I felt the honesty of it. It's bizarre, but it was as if this was the one line that truly rung with clarity, broken innocence and truth. It shows the growth of Katniss, and the change she and others have been forced to experience through the revolution.
It occurs nearer the end of the novel, so it is a very very minor spoiler.
Book: Mockingjay (The Hunger Games book 3)
by Suzanne Collins
Gale comes up behind me and we examine each other's reflection. I'm searching for something to hang on to, some sign of the girl and boy who met by chance in the woods five years ago and became inseparable.Call me weird, but I really really love those lines, particuarly the second one. I love the whole paragraph. I should stop reading it over and over again, I'm afraid they will lose their magic.
You got any favourite quotes from this book? (of course, the very last line before the epilogue is a shoo-in...)
PS- I'd actually like to say a weird 'sorry' for having so much Mockingjay related stuff this week, it seems like I've done everything but review it... Promise I'll be moving on to other things soon.