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Katarina Bivald
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It's not much of a town, Broken Wheel.
-- First Woman to speak to Sara in Hope (chapter 1 paragraph 14)

Importance: This is the first person that Sara talks to after arriving in Hope and expecting to see either Amy or a friend of hers there to pick her up. When that doesn't happen, the same woman arranges for someone she calls Hank to give Sara a ride to Broken Wheel helping her to form both a bad and good impression right away.

Never live your life according to the idiots’ rules. Because they’ll drag you down to their level, they’ll win, and you’ll have a damned awful time in the process.”
-- Grace (chapter 4 paragraph 50)

Importance: Grace gives Sara this nugget of advice after telling her the story of her mother and father, and how they did all they could to try to fit in and the lesson they took away from that experience.

I think that life and sorrow go together like farmers...
-- Amy Harris (Between 7 and 8 paragraph 4)

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