What should I read next?
FEVER MEME - BOOK [3/1]
Please make it all go away. I want my sister back, and I want to go home and forget that I ever came here. I want to never have met you. I want my life back just the way it was.
“Sometimes, Ms. Lane,” he said, “one must break with one’s past to embrace one’s future. It is never an easy thing to do. It is one of the distinguishing characteristics between survivors and victims. Letting go of what was, to survive what is.”
am i doing this rightOH MY GOD.advisorofuniverses
This is perfect.
Since I love to edit the fever series, but I never know what to edit, I decided to do a little meme. Hope all of you join me.
- Eight Quotes
- Seven Characters
- Six Scenes
- Five Relationships
- Four Locations
- Three Faes (Seelie or Unseelie casts)
- Two OOP (Objects of Power or Hallows)
- One Book
Also I wonder if Christian is going to confront Mac
You know what I want to happen in Burned or the last book, the death of one of the Nine.
Since we already know their weakness and Christian wants Ryodan dead…
It can be anybody, maybe one of the nameless, (but not Lor, that jerk I love him so much, even if I am not blonde)
06 /100 - Fever Series Quotes
The phone rang. I picked it up.
“Are you sitting down?” Curran’s voice asked.
I listened to the disconnect signal. If he wanted me to sit, then I’d stand. I got up. The chair got up with me and I ended up bent over my desk, with the chair stuck to my butt. I grabbed the edge of the chair and tried to pull it off.
It remained stuck.
I would murder him. Slowly. And I’d enjoy every second of it.
Kate Daniels Series | Ilona Andrews
Fever Series re-reading | DARKFEVER | Chapter 1
It’s funny how such a tiny insignificant, dozen-times-a-day action can become a line of demarcation.
The picking up of a phone. The pressing of an on button.
Before I pressed it—as far as I knew—my sister Alina was alive. At the moment of pressing, my life split into two distinct epochs: Before the call and After.
Before, I thought I knew everything. I thought I knew who I was, where I fit, and exactly what my future would bring.
After, I began to discover that I’d never really known anything at all.
ACCEPT ALINA’S DEATH? NEVER.