Carry On Quotes

Rainbow Rowell
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I made myself sick thinking about the Watford School of Magicks –daydreaming about it –until it started to feel like nothing more than a daydream. Just another fantasy to make the time pass.
-- Simon (Chapter 2)

Importance: Simon explains that ever since he was little, he wanted to attend the Watford School. It was something which singularly possessed him like nothing else. When the Mage invited Simon to begin attending Watford when he was eleven, it was a dream come true for Simon. Because of this, nothing would ever be the same.

But no one loves magic like I do.
-- Simon (Chapter 2)

Importance: Simon explains that magic has only been entrusted to Old Families. His being entrusted with magic is an immense and important thing. Simon explains that no one else in the world loves magic like he does, because none of them have ever had to live without it. As a result, Simon will do whatever...

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