"Can you see her yet?"
"To those deemed normal, are you convinced that those of us that are not do not know we are different?"
"I feel the gods when in the midst of a raging storm. The surge of power, the crackling of lightning as it splits the night sky in two. "
"But her name is Lauren. We call it our slave name, and nobody has permission to call us by that name. Not a single one of you."
"A child is like a houseplant, only needing a few basic things for survival. Food, water, love, and some sunlight. Maybe you assumed she was giving me those things. I suspect you never gave enough shit to provide them to me yourself, so there I was left with crumbs."
A book that truly changed my life and my way of thinking. Think of it as a how-to guide of how to be the best borderline you can be. You know, while everything is on fire and you're pretending everything is fine.