The Beginning of Everything Quotes

Robyn Schneider
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I still think that everyone's life, no matter how unremarkable, has a singular tragic encounter after which everything that really matters will happen.
-- Ezra (Chapter 1 paragraph 63)

Importance: Ezra is talking about the “personal tragedy” that he believes happens to every person. He believes Toby's tragedy was catching the boy's head on the roller coaster. He refers to the wreck as his own personal tragedy though some may say his breakup with Cassidy is more tragic.

I was supposed to pick up an elevator key from the front office; it came in a matching set with that little blue parking tag for my car, the one I was never, ever going to display.
-- Ezra (Chapter 4 paragraph 3)

Importance: Ezra is just returning to school and is trying navigate through the crowded hallways an up the stairs with his cane. He hates that he stands out and doesn't want to do anything to draw more attention to himself.

Over the course...
-- Ezra (Chapter 8 paragraph 2)

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