The Good Neighbor Quotes

A. J. Banner
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Now we would have to hold on to the memories – they were all we had to keep us going.
-- Sarah (Chapter 3)

Importance: When Sarah is awakened to the fire at the Kimballs’ house, she never imagines her own house will also catch on fire. Sarah is devastated to learn the house she shares with her husband has been ruined. She realizes everything she has now is gone, except for memories of the past.

This isn’t over yet. I feel something worse coming on. Only this time it’s not going to be a tree or a fire. It’s going to be something less obvious, something insidious.
-- Natalie (Chapter 4)

Importance: Speaking with Natalie on the phone, Natalie is horrified to hear about the fire. Natalie is always predicting bad things will happen, and now predicts something even worse, though less obvious, will happen. Her warnings serve as an ill-omen for future events.

You’d be...
-- Ryan Greene (Chapter 6)

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