Once, this whole world had been hidden beneath a shallow sea.
("The Memory Keeper's Daughter")
More Quotes from Kim Edwards:It wasn't right. He knew that, but it was like falling: once you started you couldn't stop until something stopped you.
The thing is, I used to like that: feeling special because I knew something no one else did. It's a kind of power, isn't it, knowing a secret? But lately I don't like it so much, knowing this. It's not really mine to know, is it?
You missed a lot of heartache, sure. But David, you missed a lot of joy.
This was her life. Not the life she had once dreamed of, not a life her younger self would ever have imagined or desired, but the life she was living, with all its complexities. This was her life, built with care and attention, and it was good.
In order for me to have disappointment, I would have to have faltering hope. And I don't. I know they'll get to the bottom of it.
Lately, the world felt fragile, like a blown egg, as if it might shatter beneath a careless touch.
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