Thursday, January 23, 2014

Into the Wild

"He wasn't antisocial  he always had friends, and everybody liked him  but he could go off and entertain himself for hours. He didn't seem to need toys or friends. He could be alone without being lonely."

Into the Wild, pg. 107
By Jon Krakauer
Published 1996
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  1. I read this book a few years back and I loved his philosophy for living. :)

  2. You pick the most gorgeous quotes - and I love how you pair them with such poignant images!

    Nell at And Nell Writes

  3. Great book. But I felt for his family.
    Claire xx | somewhere... beyond the sea

  4. Simply beautiful, nuff said H x

  5. I've never heard of this book. This quote is great though, very real, and very touching. It actually reminds me of myself. I so want to check this out. Thanks for always sharing the most beautiful book snippets, I hope you enjoyed reading this Yuri!

    Best xoxo,

  6. Great book. Good movie (Emile Hirsch - enough said). Sad ending. Inspiring philosophy on life...

  7. "Bookswept." has been included in the A Sunday Drive for this week. Be assured that I hope this helps to point even more new visitors in your direction.