I am a quote nerd so I was really excited to be tagged to do this meme from The Awkward Book Blogger.
The rules are simple:
- Share your three favorite quotes over three days or quotes that had an impact on you over three days
- Tag a few friends and share the love!
Today we have some thoughts about truths and theories from Relativity by Antonia Hayes. I read this book earlier this year and it is full of little nuggets like this. This one really resonated with me.
Doesn’t this just sound like it belongs on an inspirational poster?
A bit of information about Relativity by Antonia Hayes for anyone who is curious!
Twelve-year-old Ethan Forsythe, an exceptionally talented boy obsessed with physics and astronomy, has been raised alone by his mother in Sydney, Australia. Claire, a former professional ballerina, has been a wonderful parent to Ethan, but he’s becoming increasingly curious about his father’s absence in his life. Claire is fiercely protective of her talented, vulnerable son—and of her own feelings. But when Ethan falls ill, tied to a tragic event that occurred during his infancy, her tightly-held world is split open.
Thousands of miles away on the western coast of Australia, Mark is trying to forget about the events that tore his family apart, but an unexpected call forces him to confront his past and return home. When Ethan secretly intercepts a letter from Mark to Claire, he unleashes long-suppressed forces that—like gravity—pull the three together again, testing the limits of love and forgiveness.
Told from the alternating points of view of Ethan and each of his parents, Relativity is a poetic and soul-searing exploration of unbreakable bonds, irreversible acts, the limits of science, and the magnitude of love.
And now for today’s tags! Today I am tagging:
Miss Day 1 of “3 Days, 3 Quotes,” you can find my previous posts here.