The Last Mrs. Parrish Quotes

Liv Constantine
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Amber leaned forward and did her best to look interested while she calculated the total worth of the diamonds on Daphne’s ears, the tennis bracelet on her wrist, and the huge diamond on her tanned and perfectly manicured finger. She must have hand at least a hundred grand walking around on her size-four body, and all she could do was whine about her sad childhood. Amber suppressed a yawn and gave Daphne a tight smile."
-- Amber (Chapter 1)

Importance: This quote is important because it show that Amber is obsessed with material objects and not at all interested in people. She shows no curiosity at all about the woman whose life she is about to infiltrate, and this is her biggest mistake.

Today she felt especially comforted by the books that climbed the walls. They were a reminder that any knowledge she desired was hers for the asking. Here, she would sit and...
-- Amber (Chapter 2)

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