Question of the Day: do you own a signed copy of a book?
“You make peace with one sister only to declare war on the other. It’s always like that with peace, isn’t it? Always to someone’s detriment, already sowing the seed for the next war.”–The Petrified Flesh by Cornelia Funke
Susannah crumpled at Barnaby’s feet and clutched his knee.
“I know I always give you a hard time and have pretty much been the worst sister ever, but you know I love you, right?”
“What’s wrong with you? Are you sick?”
–Barnaby Brown and the Glass Sea by E. B. Dawson
“Please let this work,” she prayed, as she did with every trial. About a year ago, she’d realized that God didn’t seem to be listening to her, but that didn’t matter. She’d keep praying until he did.
–This Pain Inside by Hannah Heath
Truth or lie… he had always chosen the lie, to spare his little brother any unpleasant truth.
–The Petrified Flesh by Cornelia Funke
Some people thought that camouflage meant blending into the surroundings, but they were wrong. Camouflage was misdirection: A visual lie. And very few people could tell a lie as well as she.