The Mirror Quotes

Marlys Millhiser
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"And again Shay had the sensation of being drawn out of herself" (pg. 18.)

"Shay'd always heard her grandmother referred to as Bran, or Grandma Bran...Short for Brandy" (pg. 28.)

"Here, at last, was the man in Grandma Bran's wedding picture in the hall" (pg. 39.)

"Who would have thought such a silly thing as two grown men hammering a hole could hold her breathless?" (pg. 65.)

"She had the feeling this one wasn't Lon, because when he surveyed the crowd and found her staring at him, he didn't grin" (pg.67.)

"Shay'd been about to make up a name, any name, but in her present mood and with her friend threatening her like that she spat out, 'Maddon. It's Maddon. Now are you happy?" (pg.109.)

"Except during the scary times, of course, when he was too troubled to notice her because his wife was acting so strangely" (pg. 135.)

"She could never...

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