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E. Lockhart
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"To them, she was Bunny Rabbit. Innocent. In need of protection. Inconsequential" (A Chance Encounter That Would Prove Seminal, p. 13).

"These guys, they were so sure of their places in life -so deeply confident of their merit and their future -they didn't need any kind of front at all" (Alpha, p. 46).

"It's a systematic paranoia. Like, when you have that creepy sense that your dad knows you drank that beer, even though you drank it four days ago and there's no evidence whatsoever that he knows" (The Panopticon, p. 55).

"It was a secret society, but what precisely for was hard to tell" (The Invitations, p. 63).

"As the weeks passed, Frankie began to see that although Matthew welcomed people into his world with surprising warmth -it didn't occur to him to enter anyone else's" (A Triangle, p. 103).

"What annoyed her now was not that Matthew was right -but that...

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