Friday’s Finest (6)

Friday’s Finest (6)

Friday’s Finest is a weekly meme hosted by Justine at A Bookful of Thoughts.

The rules are:

~Post a quote that really stuck to you after reading it in a book.
~Make sure  it isn’t a spoiler!
~If you’d like, expand on what you think it means and why you chose it.Clockwork Angel

I wanted to share a quote from Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare:

Camille smiled. She was beautiful, Will had to admit- but then, a lot of vampires were beautiful. Their beauty had always seemed to him like the beauty of pressed flowers- lovely, but dead.

The last line made me laugh- ‘lovely, but dead.’ For some reason, to me it seems like something a kid would observe in that raw, innocent voice that speaks the truth more simply than anything- about the beauty of vampires, too. I never realized that, but it’s true- vampires may be beautiful, depending on the book you’re reading, but they’re dead, after all.

By the way, the only vampires I ever really liked are from Cassandra Clare’s Clockwork Angel. They seem a lot more, I don’t know, mystical and supernatural and regal than any I’ve encountered in other books.

Have an awesome weekend!



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3 Responses to “Friday’s Finest (6)”

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  1. Sarah says:

    I love this book and this quote…comparing vampires to dead flowers <3

  2. Justine says:

    Oh my gosh Clockwork Angel!! I’ve yet to read this (before City of Fallen Angels :P )! This quote is a perfect analogy to describe beautiful vampires! Haha.

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