Midnighters #3: Blue Noon Quotes

Scott Westerfeld
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"Hmm. Maybe kissing is sort of like nature's coffee."
Chapter 1, Page 5

"He felt elated, confident, and powerful, finally cleansed of the fear that stalked him through the halls of Bixby High School every day for the last two years."
Chapter 1, Page 13

"But this wasn't midnight. This was a Monday morning pep rally, which was just about as far away from the magic of the blue time as you could get."
Chapter 3, Page 26

"Wolves didn't eat other wolves, after all."
Chapter 7, Page 94


"The river stretched out before them, motionless wavelets glittering like scales made of diamond, reflecting a shattered imagine of the dark moon."
Chapter 8, Page 111




"She needs to study trigonometry about as hard as a darkling needed to study scary."
Chapter 11, Page 135


"'A timequake.' He looked at her. 'A what?' 'A spontaneous fluctuation of the prime contortion. Releasing the energies built up over the centuries.'...

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