I'm reading C.S. Lewis' Till We Have Faces. More slowly than it deserves, because it is very good and engrossing when I get going. It sat on my headboard for more than a year; I was quite scared of it. I'm finding it very, very readable though.
Two short, yet loaded quotes I've been considering ...
"Our real enemy was not a mortal. The room was full of spirits, and the horror of holiness." pg 54
"Would you like to be Redival [your sister]? What? No? Then she's pitiable." pg 69
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