All the Bright Places Quotes

Jennifer Niven
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I can’t tell you what was different this time around, only that when I woke up, I felt deader than usual. Awake, yeah, but completely empty, like someone had been feasting on my blood.”
-- Finch (Part 1: Finch: I Am Awake Again. Day 6. paragraph 6)

Importance: Finch describes how he feels after waking up from his last period of being Asleep. He desperately tries to avoid going back to this place where he is so miserable.

She is cheerleader popular — one of those girls you would never think of running into on a ledge six stories above the ground.”
-- Finch (Part 1: Finch: I Am Awake Again. Day 6. paragraph 16)

Importance: When Finch notices Violet on the ledge, he is surprised that someone popular and attractive would think of killing herself.

It’s my experience that people are a lot more sympathetic if they can see you hurting, and for the millionth time in my life I wish for measles or smallpox or some other recognizable disease just to make it simple for...
-- Finch (Part 1: Finch: I Am Awake Again. Day 6. paragraph 83)

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