Sutton Quotes

J. R. Moehringer
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"All roads eventually lead to Schuster, right, Donald" (Chapter 1, p. 168).

"Coming, Mother" (Chapter 2, p. 35).

"Toughened me up" (Chapter 3, p. 42).

"You're talking to yourself, for starters. And you're not making sense" (Chapter 4, p. 49).

"Welcome to earth, suckers. The whole thin's rigged" (Chapter 5, p. 65).

"Boys, you're only really alive, in the fullest sense of the word, when you're in love. That's why everyone you meet seems like they're dead" (Chapter 6, p. 71).

"You look at me as if you want to make happy, as if you can't possibly be happy unless I am. It's thrilling. It's frightening. It's what I want for the rest of my life. The only thing I want" (Chapter 7, p. 79).

"Never thought I'd be an outlaw" (Chapter 8, p. 93).

"And so it begins" (Chapter 9, p. 116).

"Schuster, Schuster, Schuster—that's what my editor said as I walked out the door" (Chapter 10, p. 131).

"A man requires some beauty to...

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