Do you have scenes from books that remain in the recesses of your memory, resurfacing whenever someone mentions the source book, or when you see something that triggers a reminder? I do, and I'd guess that most other readers do, too.
Anne of Green Gables, L.M. Montgomery: When Anne is just begging for big puffy sleeves on her dress, and the image of sleeves getting so big that wearers will have to turn sideways to walk through doors.
A Wind in the Door, Madeline L'Engle: When the kids go inside Charles Wallace's mitocondria - how fricken' cool would that be? All the noises and time slowing down and such.
A Heart So White, Javier Marias: The woman on the sidewalk in Cuba with the knife-like heels waiting, waiting, for her lover.
Share some the scenes that have stuck with you!