Quote for the Day: October 13th, 2021

The End of Loneliness: A Novel by Benedict Wells and Charlotte Collins (Translator)

From the moment we’re born we’re on the Titanic. We’re going down, we won’t survive this, it’s already been decided. Nothing can change that. But we can choose whether we’re going to run around screaming in panic, or whether we’re like the musicians who play on, bravely and with dignity, although the ship is sinking.

Benedict Wells and Charlotte Collins (Translator), The End of Loneliness: A Novel

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