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40 Inspiring They Both Die At The End Quotes By Adam Silvera

Last Updated on August 18, 2023 by Louisa

They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera is a powerful and emotive book about two teenage boys who find out they only have one day to live.

Neither wants to die alone and so they form a friendship on their last day alive.

It has themes of loneliness, adventure, morality, and the meaning of life.

It was a groundbreaking book when it was released in 2017 and is currently being turned into a series by eOne.

If you’ve read They Both Die At The End and you’re looking for some inspiring mantras or They Both Die At The End quotes to remind you to live life to the fullest, here are the best ones…


Inspiring They Both Die At The End Quotes

If you’re wondering why They Both Die At The End was one of the most inspiring young adult books and a TikTok sensation, then take a look at these inspiring quotes from They Both Die At The End

“You may be born into a family, but you walk into friendships. Some you’ll discover you should put behind you. Others are worth every risk.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“But no matter what choices we make – solo or together – our finish line remains the same … No matter how we choose to live, we both die at the end.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“Sometimes the truth is a secret you’re keeping from yourself because living a lie is easier.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“There has to be more to life than just imagining a future for yourself. I can’t just wish for the future; I have to take risks to create it.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“I may not be able to cure cancer or end world hunger, but small kindnesses go a long way.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“My Last Message would be to find your people. And to treat each day like a lifetime.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“But affection from millions and intimacy from that one special person are completely different beasts.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“It showed me how people matter more than stuff.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“I just don’t think I should be the judge of who actually needs my help or not, like they should do a dance or sing me a song to prove they’re worthy. Asking for help when you need it should be enough.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“Have to admit it, I feel a little vindicated in how I’ve lived my life because people can be the worst.”

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They Both Die At The End Quotes About Morality

One of the major themes of They Both Die At The End is morality and how we take life for granted. If you’re looking for quotes about life and death, then you will enjoy these They Both Die At The End quotes…

“Stories can make someone immortal as long as someone else is willing to listen.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“Maybe it’s better to have gotten it right and been happy for one day instead of living a lifetime of wrongs.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“I’ve spent years living safely to secure a longer life, and look where that’s gotten me. I’m at the finish line but I never ran the race.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“It’s mad twisted, but surviving showed me it’s better to be alive wishing I was dead than dying wishing I could live forever.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“You definitely don’t need the same blood to lose a part of yourself when someone dies.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“Every new minute we’re alive is a miracle.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that’s all.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“Too bad life doesn’t allow us to turn its gears, like a clock, when we need more time.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“We think we’re so damn indestructible and infinite because we can think and take care of ourselves, unlike pay phones or books, but I bet the dinosaurs thought they’d rule forever too.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“I wasted time and missed fun because I cared about the wrong things.”

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They Both Die At The End Quotes About Love

Another major theme of They Both Die At The End is love and how our two MCs find love on their last day on Earth together. Here are some thought-provoking quotes about love from They Both Die At The End

“People waste time and wait for the right moment and we don’t have that luxury. If we had our entire lives ahead of us I bet you’d get tired of me telling you how much I love you because I’m positive that’s thepath we were heading on. But because we’re about to die, I want to say it as many times as I want–I love you, I love you, I love you, I love you.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“Two dudes met. They fell in love. They lived. That’s our story.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“I would’ve loved you if we had more time.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“Anyone can have pretty eyes, but only the right kind of person can hum the alphabet and make it your new favorite beat.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“He didn’t say that ‘love is within’ or ‘love is all around you.’ (…) love is a superpower we all have. But it’s not always a superpower I’d be able to control, especially as I get older. Sometimes it’ll go crazy and I shouldn’t be scared if my power hits someone I’m not expecting it to.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“I kiss my Last Friend, because the world can’t be against us, if it brought us together.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“But until then I promise to be the Mario to your Luigi, except I won’t hog the spotlight.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“The poetry you could write about Rufus helping me out of my grave isn’t lost on me.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“That love is a superpower we all have, but it’s not always a superpower I’d be able to control. Especially as I get older. Sometimes it’ll go crazy and I shouldn’t be scared if my power hits someone I’m not expecting it to.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“She never understood how the way she loves could drag such hatred out of others, and she refused to stick around to find the love everyone hated her for.”

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Short They Both Die At The End Quotes

Sometimes you only need to say a few words to have a big impact. Here are some short quotes from They Both Die At The End

“I wasted all those yesterdays and am completely out of tomorrows.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“Leaving means living before you die”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“I kiss the guy who brought me to life on the day we’re going to die.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“Entire lives aren’t lessons, but there are lessons in lives.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“No one goes on, but what we leave behind keeps us alive for someone else.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“I always wanted to stumble into someone like you.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“Life isn’t meant to be lived alone. Neither are End Days.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“We were all lost and okay with not being found for a while.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“I only care about the people who wanna be in my life.”

They Both Die At The End, Adam Silvera

“Because I refused to live invincibly on all the days”

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Final Word on They Both Die At The End Quotes

So there you have it, those are our favorite quotes from They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera and as you can see, there are some really powerful words in this book.

Whether you’re making yourself a vision board or you just need some words to inspire you to live life to the fullest, no doubt the quotes from Adam Silvera will be inspirational to you.

Do you have a favorite quote from They Both Die At The End? Let me know in the comments.

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About Louisa

Editor/Founder - Epic Book Society

Louisa is the Founder, Editor, and Head Honcho of Epic Book Society. She was born and raised in the United Kingdom but now resides in Asia. She was a published poet at the age of 7, and spent several years working as a journalist. As well as writing about books, she is also a travel writer and English as a Second Language Teacher at a Primary School. Louisa loves all genres of books, but her favorites are Romance, Fantasy, and Young Adult Fiction. She is the holder of a PGCE in Primary Education.

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