#StephenKing I think that we’re all mentally ill. Those of us outside the asylums only hide it a little better – and maybe not all that much better after all. #authorquotes #quote #quotes #truth #quoteoftheday #magicalquote
#284. He stood on the sidewalk outside the gate, hands in his pockets, looking through the bars intently. His gaze was on his favorite window, in which was the light he watched flicker off every Thursday evening and the faded curtains he watched give him a small wave in the dark. He had only seen the other boy once.
Or they had you without taking the test and the government takes the children that were born outside of the test. And you learn your parents escaped the system and live in a bordering country-they are married
Humans were banned to Earth a very long time ago for their creativity, and an environment was shaped around them to ensure they never needed anything from outside of their home planet. Yet the universe forgot that along with aloof creativity and imagination comes an insatiable curiosity.
“Every designer needs an iconic look. If the South Park boys cannot make a recognizable cartoon of you, then you need to up the ante. You need a signature flourish, non?” ― Simon Doonan, The Asylum, $19.08, available at Barnes & Noble.
pp This is the 3rd book I've read in the past month by John Harwood and I am quickly becoming a fan. The Asylum is a psychological thriller set in the 19th century and as soon as the first chapter opens you are right there with the main character, panicking at the circumstances she finds herself in. I enjoy how Harwood uses different and unreliable narrators to reveal the story. Fun read.