-Heartburn, de Nora Ephron: “I married him against all evidence. I married him believing that marriage doesn't work, that love dies, that passion fades, and in so doing I became the kind of romantic only a cynic is truly capable of being.” 

-You Shall Know Our Velocity y A Hologram for the King, de Dave Eggers: “You can't ever guess at life, at pain. All pain is real, and all pain is personal. It's the most personal thing we have. It eats each of us differently.” You Shall Know Our Velocity. 

-Dear Diary, de Lesley Arfin: “Ever notice how amused people are when you point out one of their mannerisms or a funny quirk about them? They start laughing and getting happy because they're thinking, "People notice me! I'm relevant!" It's OK to have these instincts, but you have to suppress them a bit. There are 6 billion people here, so it's not all about you. You need to let other people talk for a while and pay attention to their world for a sec.” 

-Las últimas partes de las sagas Divergent y Delirium (pendientes de publicación): “You can build walls all the way to the sky and I will find a way to fly above them. You can try to pin me down with a hundred thousand arms, but I will find a way to resist. And there are many of us out there, more than you think. People who refuse to stop believing. People who refuse to come to earth. People who love in a world without walls, people who love into hate, into refusal, against hope, and without fear. I love you. Remember. They cannot take it.” Delirium 

-Igual les echo un ojo a las sugerencias de John Green en cuanto a literatura juvenil: Matched y Uglies. (También me tienta la saga Cazadores de sombras, de la que van a estrenar peli). 

-Algo de Jane Austen (No, aún no he leído nada de ella, a pesar de haber visto prácticamente todas las adaptaciones de la BBC de sus novelas).

-Algo de Foster Wallace (¿Alguna recomendación acerca de por dónde debería empezar?).

-Villette, de Charlotte Brontë: “To see and know the worst is to take from Fear her main advantage.” 

-The Poems of Charlotte Bronte, de Charlotte  Brontë. 

-A Room of One's Own, de Virginia Woolf: “Lock up your libraries if you like, but there is no gate, no lock, no bolt that you can set upon the freedom of my mind.”

-Cloud Atlas de David Mitchell: “A half-read book is a half-finished love affair.” 

-Atlas Shrugged, de Ayn Rand: “If you don't know, the thing to do is not to get scared, but to learn.” (Me he acordado de él al leer las razones de John Green para odiarlo).

-Sweet Tooth, de Ian McEwan: “I said I didn’t like tricks, I liked life as I knew it recreated on the page. He said it wasn’t possible to recreate life on the page without tricks.” 

-V for Vendetta, de Alan Moore: “Behind this mask there is more than just flesh. Beneath this mask there is an idea... and ideas are bulletproof.” 

-Rookie Yearbook One, de Tavi Gevinson. 

Y lo que vaya surgiendo (o me recomendéis). Si queréis saber qué es lo mejor que he leído este año podéis verlo aquí

¿Qué tenéis pensado leer vosotros?

2 Comentarios

  1. ¡Buf! Mi lista es infinita jejeje pero vamos que no se aleja mucho de tus elecciones mas las que nos depara el 2013 :D

  2. Mmm yo recomiendo a Brian Selznick :) o a MArkus Zusak y por el amor de algo superior, lee a Jane Austen ¬¬ xD


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