Charlie St. Cloud: A Novel Quotes

Ben Sherwood
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"I believe in miracles" (Introduction, p. 7).

"Now turn the page, come along on the ride, and let me tell you abou the death and life of Charlie St. Cloud" (Introduction, p. 10).

"To be precise, Charlie ruined everything on Friday, September 20, 1991" (Chapter 1, p. 13).

"Of all his reckless decisions that night, surely this was the worst. Charlie raced the moon, and in the final second before the end, he saw the perfect image of happiness. Sam's innocent face looking up at him. The curl dangling over his forehead. The Rawlings glove on his hand. And then there was only fracturing glass, metal, and blackness" (Chapter 1, p. 17).

"They were dead and gone" (Chapter 3, p. 22).

"He felt his brother's hand, all limp and cold. And Charlie held on as hard as he could" (Chapter 4, p. 27).

"Charlie was different. He was like some rare and exotic animal—a gentler, more sophisticated breed...

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