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Righteous (An IQ Novel) Quotes

Joe Ide
This Study Guide consists of approximately 65 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Righteous.
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If there were ever two words that had not meaning they were moving on. Sorrow isn't a place you can leave behind.
-- Narrator (Prologue)

Importance: Isaiah thinks this in the Prologue when he finds the car that hit Marcus in the hit-and-run. The quote shows Isaiah's state of mind at the beginning of the narrative and provides the reason of why he is like he is. He is letting grief wreck his life, as he cannot move on due to the grief he still feels eight years after his brother's death.

I'm DJ Dama baby, that was mu set, and I'm gettin'up outta heeerre, PEACE!
-- Janine (Chapter 1," Grace Period")

Importance: Janine says this when she finishes performing as a DJ at Seven Sevens. The quote is ironic as she is wishing peace, but there is no peace in her life and the violence starts after she finishes her set.

My memory does not serve me well these days...
-- Seb (Chapter 4, "Seb Habimana")

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