The Crown Tower Quotes

Michael J. Sullivan
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Their women practice witchcraft and tell fortunes, but I say it is best not to know too much about one’s future.
-- Pickles (Chapter 1 paragraph 5)

Importance: This quote foreshadows the use of destiny and the Sight used in the novel.

Avon ain't the first. There was another girl in Roe. If I can pay, they'll wrap you in a bow.
-- Stane (Chapter 2 paragraph 4)

Importance: Stane's comment shows the danger that Gwen and the other prostitutes are in and how much power the men have over their lives. Gwen is independent and does not like feeling that she and her friends lives have no significance. As prostitutes, they are seen as property that men can treat however they like.

A man accustomed to killing has the look of a wolf—empty of soul and hungry of blood.
-- Sebastian (Chapter 3 paragraph 12)

Importance: Sebastian says this about the hooded man, but this could also be said for Hadrian. As a soldier, he has killed many...

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