Ladies and Gentlemen Quotes

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"Bring no suffering. Share no harm. He repeated these commandments over and over again, because these were the only things about his future that he could control." Futures, pg. 46

"The man seemed to have an endless supply of these stories. Thane didn't care if they were invented or exaggerated. They had the ring of truth. Of real experience." The Rest of It, pg. 51

"Because the world seemed too wide, its fortunes too random, and its blessings too fleeting to honor one man's bravery—or to punish his cowardice. Yet in the end, something must be done." The Rest of It, pg. 70

"All of which is to say I didn't know what she was thinking." The Suicide Room, pg. 79

"You see, it turns out that Will was wrong about defining moments. We don't invent them; they happen to us." The Suicide Room, pg. 90

"He was so unyielding that in...

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