The School For Good and Evil #3: The Last Ever After Quotes

Soman Chainani
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It is natural to doubt your true love when you do not know if he is young or old
-- Sophie (1. The Master and the Queen. paragraph 1)

Importance: This quote is important because it tells the reader that Sophie is questioning her decision to stay with the School Master, despite being so convinced she was making the right choice in the last book. This sets up a quick explanation of how the previous novel ended without going into long detail. It also establishes the strained relationship between the School Master and Sophie, as well as the first of many conflicts in the novel. Even though the School Master has transformed himself for Sophie’s sake, she still doubts it. Only by deciding to fully accept or reject him can this conflict resolve.

Don’t look back,” She kissed her daughter’s forehead hard. “Whatever you do, promise me you won’t look back
-- Callis (4. Death at an Execution paragraph 2)

Importance: While it is easy to assume...

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