Eight Hundred Grapes Quotes

Laura Dave
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Synchronization. Systems operating with all their parts in synchrony, said to by synchronous, or in sync. The interrelationship of things that might normally exist separately. In physics: it's called simultaneity. In music: rhythm. In your life: epic failure.
-- Georgia (chapter 2 paragraph 1)

Importance: The Ford family runs on the principle of synchronization, that everything is working in sync. This is opposed to fate which is more passive and where things just happen to people. Georgia's life is not working in sync right now and it is distressing to her.

Be careful what you give up.
-- Jen (chapter 3 paragraph 7)

Importance: Jen gives advice to Georgia about being careful in making her decision regarding Ben. Sometimes hurt feelings can overshadow the complete relationship with a person and if that relationship ends, sometimes it cannot be recovered.

I can't help how I feel and I can't do anything about it. And that's not new.
-- Finn (chapter 8 paragraph 8)

Importance: Georgia learns another family secret: that Finn and...

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