Pulse Quotes

Patrick Carman
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Once everyone had a Tablet, no one wanted these anymore. But there’s something different about holding them in your hands.
-- Faith (Chapter 3 paragraph p. 40)

Importance: Faith, speaking to Hawk about books, explains how different it is to hold a book in one’s hands, rather than reading electronically. It demonstrates that, although Faith admires much of modern technology, there is something also timeless about her, about her love of reading physical books, setting her apart from most other people. This makes Faith unique.

It was no longer just the two of them; it was the three of them.
-- Narrator (Chapter 4 paragraph p. 51)

Importance: Here, Faith and Liz realize that Hawk has become a fixture in their lives already. Whereas it had always been the two of them –Faith and Liz –it is now the three of them, with Hawk as well.

And on that arm, looking up at her, was the tattered eagle on the branch, the tattooed symbol...
-- Narrator (Chapter 5 paragraph p. 88)

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