This quote tends to carry over in many of her books. I feel this relates to many in the world, be it love, hate, or just plain conversation with others.
Oh, by the way, I am posting this on my birthday in hopes to inspire young ladies to read those books that inspired others. I know they “re-inspire” me each time I revisit them.
A man knows when he first touches a woman he can’t live without. He stumbles as much.
“Legend” book series rewarding, teachable novel for the classroom. Here is the culminating end for the unit. Thank you Marie Lu.
A book that offers a split narration point-of-view, theme, character analysis, terrific allusions to Robin Hood and others, and a fabulous who-done-it to solve that doesn’t give you answers till book 2 and encourages to continue reading. In addition, the characters offer terrific sarcasm and irony with endless figurative language of all kinds throughout the book for students to analyze. Give it a try.
Legend by Marie Lu
Pairs well with: Hurricane Katrina article stories of houses marked, Syrian civilians stories during present day war times, excepts of Prince and the Pauper, excerpts of Les Miserables (for which Marie Lu based some of the story)