Quote it Sunday | Blood Like Magic by Liselle Sambury

“Quote it Saturday” was a weekly blog meme hosted by Freda’s Voice, but it’s currently inactive. It’s a weekly meme where you can add as many quotes as you wish, from whomever you wish.

Not long ago I read this futuristic fantasy and I seem to have forgotten most of what I read. I had to rush reading it and couldn’t take my time with it. But looking at these quotes, I remembered how family played a huge role in Voya’s life. They weren’t perfect, trying to show a solidarity that didn’t exist, instead showed how they came to each other’s aid when needed as a family keeping their differences aside.

Happy Sunday and enjoy reading!

Sometimes, the things that change your life are physically small and mentally enormous.

Don’t feel bad for taking up space with your body. People are always going to want to force you to be smaller to fit what they want.

Magic is . . . it’s so much more than power.

When our ancestors were dying of thirst and starvation in slave boats, the magic that runs in our veins kept them alive.

Life changed constantly, wickedly fast and terribly slow, when one least expected it to or after a long time of chasing that change.

Our magic is our connection to our past

Hidden things are fragile. Once they start to be revealed, each prod and tap forms a new crack until the whole thing shatters and leaves the truth exposed.

Everyone is moving toward something, and I’m floundering.

Everyone acts like magic is a gift. It isn’t. It’s a curse that lets us pretend we’re a connected and functional family when we’re actually splitting at the seams.

Let me know if you have read this book or which quote you liked the most in the comments.

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