Quotes from “Bird Box” by Josh Malerman

iidioteque
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We left because some people choose to wait for news and others make their own.
Gaby Muntean
Gaby Munteanhas quotedlast year
She wants to plead with anyone who might listen
juliasegura97
juliasegura97has quotedlast year
“Maybe a thing has to be smart enough to lose its mind.”
Brooklynn Murphy
Brooklynn Murphyhas quotedlast year
Think about that, Malorie. It all kind of happened in a row, each step allowed the next step to happen. All because we weren’t stagnant. We took risks. Now you’ve got to do the same.
Jovana Ostojić
Jovana Ostojićhas quotedlast year
You are saving their lives for a life not worth living.
pewpewhaiyahh
pewpewhaiyahhhas quotedlast year
MAN IS THE CREATURE HE FEARS
Andrey Vostokov
Andrey Vostokovhas quotedlast year
This is what a grave smells like. This is death.
kingaartus
kingaartushas quotedlast year
Maybe a thing has to be smart enough to lose its mind.”
vpetty22
vpetty22has quotedlast year
One day, the pain your mother and the pain every mother speaks of will come to you in the same form: childbirth. Only a woman can experience it and because of this all women are bonded.
vpetty22
vpetty22has quotedlast year
Malorie thinks. How horrible. After all this struggling, all this survival. To die because of an accident.
Nur Afrina
Nur Afrinahas quotedlast year
placid afternoons, tempestuous evenings,
Nur Afrina
Nur Afrinahas quotedlast year
a pile of musty coats conceals purple scratches
samroserodriguez
samroserodriguezhas quoted4 years ago
when the sky turns black and is suddenly, beautifully, spotted with stars.
Tuliu Agusto
Tuliu Agustohas quoted18 days ago
shoulder, to the kitchen entrance and the hall that leads to the children’s bedroom. Beyond the doorless frame, the children sleep soundly, covered by black cloth, hidden from light and sight. They do not stir. T
b2926745478
b2926745478has quoted6 months ago
Malorie stands in the kitchen, thinking.
Her hands are damp. She is trembling. She taps her toe nervously on the cracked tile floor. It is early; the sun is probably only peeking above the horizon. She watches its meager light turn the heavy window drapes a softer shade of black and thinks,
That was a fog.
The children sleep under chicken wire draped in black cloth down the hall. Maybe they heard her moments ago on her knees in the yard. Whatever noise she made must have traveled through the microphones, then the amplifiers that sat beside their beds.
She looks to her h
b2926745478
b2926745478has quoted6 months ago
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Malorie stands in the kitchen, thinking.
Her hands are damp. She is trembling. She taps her toe nervously on the cracked tile floor. It is early; the sun is probably only peeking above the horizon. She watches its meager light turn the heavy window drapes a softer shade of black and thinks,
That was a fog.
The children sleep under chicken wire draped in black cloth down the hall. Maybe they heard her moments ago on her knees in the yard. Whatever noise she made must have traveled through the microphones, then the amplifiers that sat beside their beds.

jedan
Malori stoji u kuhinji, razmišlja.
Ruke su joj vlažne. Ona drhti. Ona se tresu nožni prst nervozno na puknut pločica pod. Rano je ; sunce je vjerojatno vire iznad horizonta. Ona gleda svoje mršavo svjetlo okrenuti teška prozora zavjese mekši nijansu crne i misli,
To je bila magla.
Djeca spavaju ispod žice s piletina u crnom tkanina dolje u hodniku. Možda su je čuli prije par trenutaka na koljenima u dvorištu. Kakva god da je buka napravila mora da je proputovala kroz mikrofone, a onda pojačali koji su sjedili pored njihovih kreveta.

Refiloe Masita
Refiloe Masitahas quoted10 months ago
One day, the pain your mother and the pain every mother speaks of will come to you in the same form: childbirth. Only a woman can experience it and because of this all women are bonded.
Refiloe Masita
Refiloe Masitahas quoted10 months ago
We left because some people choose to wait for news and others make their own
Refiloe Masita
Refiloe Masitahas quoted10 months ago
No, Daddy, you shine more like the moon, when it’s dark outside.’
Refiloe Masita
Refiloe Masitahas quotedlast year
softer shade of black and thinks,

That was a fog.

The children
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