These Are The 8 “Bookish Quotes” You’ll Need To Read During These Dark Times.

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A little positivity is all we need in life to get going. We have compiled a list of 8 Bookish Quotes which will definitely cheer you up. 

It’s been a few weeks now that public transportation hasn’t seen humans. And people haven’t gone to outdoor walks. The world is facing a pandemic crisis and it’s very natural to lose our minds in mundane living arrangements and surviving on limited resources. However, it becomes more than important to stay indoors and help the professionals working at the front row.  We all are trying to find ways for ourselves to stay motivated and get going day in and day out. 

To make the process easy, here are some quotes to make you feel better than yesterday and maybe inspire you to feel even better tomorrow than today.

Below is the list of  Bookish Quotes we have compiled. Comment down below your favourite bookish quote. 


Not Leaving: an act of trust and love, often deciphered by children. 

~ Markus Zusak, The Book Thief

        This is to stay indoors and spend quality time with your kids and pets. 

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.

~ Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities

Every age has encountered good and bad. It’s inevitable and thus necessary to embrace both.

I suspect the truth is that we are waiting, all of us, against insurmountable odds for something extraordinary to happen to us. 

~ Khaleed Hosseini, And the Mountains Echoed 

      For all the times, we operate on ‘hope’.

You only need one ray of light to chase all the shadows away.

~Fredrick Backman, A Man Called Ove


I don’t believe in ageing. I believe in forever altering one’s aspect to the sun. Hence my optimism. And to alter now, cleanly and sanely, I want to shuffle off this loose living randomness: people; reviews; fame; all the glittering scales; and be withdrawn, and concentrated.

~Virginia Woolf  


Even the darkest night will end and the sun will rise.

~ Victor Hugo, Les Misérables


A burst of sunshine was enough to make them seem delighted with the world, while rainy days gave a dark cast to their faces and their mood………they seemed at the mercy of the sky’s caprices, in other words, suffered and hoped irrationally. 

~Albert Camus, The Plague

Camus describes the power of nature while quarantining and how we ignore the birds chirping and river flowing at all the other days


You might think I lost all hope at that point. I did. And as a result, I perked up and felt much better.

~Yann Martel, Life of Pi

We are at this together. And we will get through. 

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