Quote Hunting

Quote Hunting: Caraval by Stephanie Garber

Following my latest review of Caraval by Stephanie Garber, I’m starting a new blog segment…


*I love them quotes so much hihihihihi


Be careful who you trust; most of the people here aren’t who they appear. – Julian


So while we want you to get swept away, be careful of being swept too far away. Dreams that come true can be beautiful, but they can also turn into nightmares when people won’t wake up. – Jovan


“Don’t look at me like that,” Scarlett said. “It doesn’t work on me”.
“That’s why it’s so fun.” – Julian*

*I love it when characters are sassy af!


I know you want to find your sister, but on this isle secrets are valuable. Be careful about giving yours away too freely. If people know what you want the most, it can be used against you. – Julian


There you go being dramatic again. You think everything is going to destroy your life*. – Julian

*How to describe Scarlett’s character in two sentences. DONE!


“But even those things that might alter our course, the future usually sees clearly,” Nigel went on. “It is not fate, it is simply the future observing that which we crave the most. Every person has the power to change their fate if they are brave enough to fight for what they desire more than anything.”


“No one is truly honest,” Nigel answered. “Even if we don’t lie to others, we often lie to ourselves. And the word good means different things to different people.”


Think of the instructions as a map. There’s more than one way to get to almost every destination. – Aiko


Oh, to be so hopeful and stupid. Let’s see how long that lasts. – Legend


Do you hunt quotes when reading a book? Or you just read and then seek for the quotes elsewhere on the internet?

Until next quote hunting,

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