The Girls

“Tamar was sweet and kind, but the world she moved around in seemed like a television set: limited and straightforward and mundane, with the notations and structures of normality. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There wasn’t a frightening gap between the life she was living and the way she thought about that life, a dark ravine I often sensed in Suzanne, and maybe in my own self as well.”

The Girls, p. 275
By Emma Cline
Published 2016 by Random House
Labels: Contemporary, Fiction, Quotes, ,

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