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The Peace War Quotes

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"If Rosas had been of the older generation, there would have been no contest: ingrained respect for children and an unwillingness to damage them would have let the kid slip from his grasp. But the undersheriff was willing to play fairly rough, and for a moment there was a wild mass of swinging arms and legs." (Chapter 1, p. 19)

"He has gadgets we won't see for years. He isn't called the Tinker wizard for nothing." (Chapter 2, p. 24)

"And beyond power, Wili, there is knowledge—which some say is power." (Chapter 5, p. 48)

"It was old, the stuff carved on it was badly weathered, but I could see ... It had your name on it and ... and today's date." (Flashforward, p. 64)

"Somewhere beneath their feet lay the wreckage of an aircraft or missile, embobbled by the Peace Authority when they put down the national armies of the world." (Chapter 9, p. 73)

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