Monday, December 2, 2013

Memorable Monday ♥ The Hunger Games

Memorable Monday is a meme hosted by Escape in a Good Book. I'm excited to join in on this one because I love quotes, which was the driving force behind the creation of Memorable Mondays. I thank the ladies at Escape in a Good Book.

So... how do you participate? It's simple ~

1) Share a quote that has captured your interest lately in a Memorable Monday post on your blog.

2) Come back here and leave the link to your post in the comment box below. If you don't have a blog, I'd still love to hear read your quote. Leave it in the comment box instead of a link to a non-existent blog. :)

3) Visit other participants if you have time. It's always nice to have visitors. There's no overstaying your welcome this way, and they don't have to offer the obligatory drinks. Or clean.

4) If you tweet your posts, feel free to use the hashtag #MemorableMonday.

This week's choice:

The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games #1) 

“So instead of acknowledging applause, I stand there unmoving while they take part in the boldest form of dissent they can manage. Silence. Which says we do not agree. We do not condone. All of this is wrong.”  

~The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins 

I couldn't decide what to read next after I finished The Moon and More by Sarah Dessen. So I decided to go back to an old favorite. Plus, with the holidays, it's sometimes harder to find that time to read. So a re-read is perfect for me. Anyway. I love this quote (along with a gazillion others). It shows that they already have the courage to show how much they disagree, even if in the smallest of ways.

What's struck you lately?


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