I took a short break from review books (trust me, it was in the best interest for me AND those who've sent me books to review) and picked this up.
""The Sisterhood has it wrong," he says. "It's not about surviving. It should be about love. When you know love...that's what makes life worth it. When you live with it every day. Wake up with it, hold on to it during the thunder and after a nightmare. When love is your refuge from the death that surrounds us all and when it fills you so tight that you can't express it." He rocks forward and backward as tears stream down his face. Around us the Unconsecrated continue their moaning."--Page 155 of The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan
So. Beautiful. And sad....(Which describes this book really well, actually.)