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A man might have plenty of help finding the short path to hell, but no one else can make him set foot upon it. (Chapter 1, The Overseer, p. 12)

Peggy could see so much in other people's heartfires that she hardly was acquainted with her own. (Chapter 2, Runaway, p. 18)

After you fly, make you sad to walk, hurt you bad to walk, like a slave with chains, that dirt under your feet. (Chapter 2, Runaway, p. 24)

"Alvin, you just remember how you seen me crying all unmanlike, and you remember that's how fathers feel about their children when they're gone." (Chapter 3, Lies, p. 66)

But since there hadn't been a Maker in the world in a thousand years or more, or so folks said, who was he going to prentice himself to in order to learn that trade? (Chapter 3, Lies, p. 72)

If they brought him the sick and lame to heal, how...

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