There will be time, there will be time.

The Fault in Our Stars - John Green After I finished The Fault in Our Stars, I re-read (immediately, in the same sitting/flight) A Wrinkle In Time. I'm sure the connections I'm finding between the two are mostly of my own imaginings, but the parallels were powerful to me. Hazel and Meg. Calvin and Gus. And above all things, the indomitable nature of love when applied.

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