måndag 15 december 2014

Citerat från (förra) veckans läsning

"He sees the world through the bee's faceted eyes. Everything breaks into a thousand fragments, as though seen through a cracked glass; the essential color of everything is gray, but odd hues lurk at the corners of things, peripheral blues and scarlets that do not correspond in any way to the colors he knows."
ur Dying inside av Robert Silverberg

"I couldn't say Wim was looking at me like that because he thought I could read minds like in Dying inside (where did he get that idea from?) or that he wanted to go into the woods with me so he could see a fairy."
ur Among others av Jo Walton 

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