The best Quotes by Erin Morgenstern

The best Book Quotes

The finest of pleasures are always the unexpected ones.

Erin Morgenstern in The Night Circus
 
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The most difficult thing to read is time. Maybe because it changes so many things.

Erin Morgenstern in The Night Circus
 
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People see what they wish to see. And in most cases, what they are told that they see.

Erin Morgenstern in The Night Circus
 
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But dreams have ways of turning into nightmares.

Erin Morgenstern in The Night Circus
 
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Only the ship is made of books, its sails thousands of overlapping pages, and the sea it floats upon is dark black ink.

Erin Morgenstern in The Night Circus
 
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Like stepping into a fairy tale under a curtain of stars.

Erin Morgenstern in The Night Circus
 
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Good and evil are a great deal more complex than a princess and a dragon... is not the dragon the hero of his own story?

Erin Morgenstern in The Night Circus
 
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I couldn't tell the difference between what was real and what I wanted to be real.

Erin Morgenstern in The Night Circus
 
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To be rather than to seem.

Erin Morgenstern in The Night Circus
 
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I think looking forward will be better than looking back.

Erin Morgenstern in The Night Circus
 
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The truest tales require time and familiarity to become what they are.

Erin Morgenstern in The Night Circus
 
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Life takes us to unexpected places sometimes. The future is never set in stone, remember that.

Erin Morgenstern in The Night Circus
 
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People don't pay much attention to anything unless you give them reason to.

Erin Morgenstern in The Night Circus
 
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Not all stories speak to all listeners, but all listeners can find a story that does, somewhere, sometime. In one form or another.

Erin Morgenstern in The Starless Sea
 
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Everyone wants the stars. Everyone wishes to grasp that which exists out of reach. To hold the extraordinary in their hands and keep the remarkable in their pockets.

Erin Morgenstern in The Starless Sea
 
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Strange, isn't it? To love a book. When the words on the pages become so precious that they feel like part of your own history because they are. It's nice to finally have someone read stories I know so intimately.

Erin Morgenstern in The Starless Sea
 
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Be brave. Be bold. Be loud. Never change for anyone but yourself.

Erin Morgenstern in The Starless Sea
 
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For those who feel homesick for a place they’ve never been to. Those who seek even if they do not know what (or where) it is that they are seeking. Those who seek will find.

Erin Morgenstern in The Starless Sea
 
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It is easier to be in love in a room with closed doors. To have the whole world in one room. One person. The universe condensed and intensified and burning, bright and alive and electric.

Erin Morgenstern in The Starless Sea
 
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It doesn't look like anything special, like it contains an entire world, though the same could be said of any book.

Erin Morgenstern in The Starless Sea
 
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But the world is strange and endings are not truly endings no matter how the stars might wish it so.

Erin Morgenstern in The Starless Sea
 
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There is no fixing. There is only moving forward in the brokenness.

Erin Morgenstern in The Starless Sea
 
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Reading a book four times in one day is perfectly normal behavior.

Erin Morgenstern in The Starless Sea
 
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We are all stardust and stories.

Erin Morgenstern in The Starless Sea
 
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This is not where our story ends, he writes. This is only where it changes.

Erin Morgenstern in The Starless Sea
 
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"How are you feeling?" Zachary asks. "Like I’m losing my mind but in a slow, achingly beautiful sort of way."

Erin Morgenstern in The Starless Sea
 
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A boy at the beginning of a story has no way of knowing that the story has begun.

Erin Morgenstern in The Starless Sea
 
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It is a sanctuary for storytellers and storykeepers and storylovers. They eat and sleep and dream surrounded by chronicles and histories and myths.

Erin Morgenstern in The Starless Sea
 
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