9+ quotes from Taken by Erin Bowman

Quotes from Taken

Erin Bowman ·  360 pages

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“Second chances are not the same as forgiveness.”
― Erin Bowman, quote from Taken

“No matter how obvious something may seem, there are two sides to every story.”
― Erin Bowman, quote from Taken

“The human brain can only be stretched so far before it breaks.”
― Erin Bowman, quote from Taken

“People have all sorts of pasts, sometimes dark or dreary, but perhaps the actions they choose in the present are the ones that carry the most weight.”
― Erin Bowman, quote from Taken

“Maybe I felt something because I'm always looking for feelings. Without them, I don't know how to act.”
― Erin Bowman, quote from Taken

“I'm trying to say that I think doing what you feel can't always be easy, but at least you're being true to yourself.”
― Erin Bowman, quote from Taken

“She was suppose to be mine. I hers. We were suppose to be like the birds.”
― Erin Bowman, quote from Taken

“Sooner or later we're all gone, so no one bothers getting attached.”
― Erin Bowman, quote from Taken

“We were suppose to be like the birds.”
― Erin Bowman, quote from Taken

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