Outrage Quotes

John Sandford and Michele Cook
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Shay had no idea how long she stood there, frozen by the images.
-- Narrator (Prologue paragraph 9)

Importance: As the novel begins, the prologue alludes briefly to the events of the first novel in the Singular Menace series, “Uncaged”. This is accomplished through Shay’s remembering of the previous day’s events. Such sights and sounds as rescuing Odin, the wired Asian girl, the dead Marcus West, and being dragged away by Cruz to escape all haunt Shay with no end in sight. This demonstrates her emotional vulnerability, even though outwardly, she appears tough and unmoved.

Yes, I think I am like a monkey – an experiment. But I do not think the experiment worked. Not completely.”
-- Fenfang (Chapter 1 paragraph 40)

Importance: When Fenfang is freed by Shay, Odin, and the others, she reveals that an American woman has been implanted into her mind. She explains it is an incomplete, only partially successful experiment, noting that only parts of her mind...

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