Guess a Quote (11.11.14)

Guess a Quote [21 Balloons]

I’m finally back with a new Guess a Quote! Have you been waiting in suspense? 🙂 Only one person guessed our last quote. Amanda had shared with us a fun quote from The Twenty-One Balloons, by William Pene du Bois. Addyson guessed the correct book. I’m impressed! How many of you have read The Twenty-One Balloons or have it on your to-read list?

Here’s the quote for this week. It’s from a popular allegory.

She had the feeling that somehow, in the very far-off places, perhaps even in far-off ages, there would be a meaning found to all sorrow and an answer too fair and wonderful to be as yet understood.

Happy Guessing!

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7 Comments

  1. Brooke

     /  November 11, 2014

    Is it the Chronicles of Narnia?

    I’m really liking your blog so far. 🙂

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  2. Hanna R.

     /  November 12, 2014

    I have no idea where the quote is from, but it’s sure a good one! I have never heard of “The Twenty One Balloons.”
    By the way, I read “In His Image” (even though it was technically Spencer’s– we’re probably going to read a lot of each other’s books! 🙂 ) and I LOVED it! It was pretty emotional, but I like emotional books, so that didn’t bother me at all! I didn’t know there really was much Christian Science Fiction out there, so it was really fun. I think I like that genre, but I’m not really around it much, so I’m not sure!
    Wow! I just wrote a BOOK! I’d better stop! 🙂

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    • I’m so glad you enjoyed “In His Image.” You should read “Radialloy,” the first book in the series too. And Miss Pennington just published a third book in the series as well. I haven’t read it yet, but I’m looking forward to doing so!

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      • Hanna R.

         /  November 16, 2014

        I am hoping to read “Radialloy” already! “In His Image” could be a stand-alone, but I was wondering how many of the things they tell you happened in the past are covered in the first one. What is the name of the third book?

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  3. Hmm…never read this quote, but I like it!

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  4. Hanna R.

     /  November 17, 2014

    Thanks, Leah! And I won’t blame you if you didn’t spell it right! 🙂 She seems to give her books interesting names!

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