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"The word friends doesn't seem to stretch big enough to describe how we feel about each other. We forget where one of us starts and the other one stops" (p. 4).

"Fine, blood was thicker than water. But friendship, it struck Tibby, was thicker than both" (p. 26).

"Lena knew she had spent too much of her life in a state of passive dread, just waiting for something bad to happen. In a life like that, relief was a close as you got to happiness. Lena wondered about her dread. Where had it come from? What did she fear? Nothing terrible had happened to her. Was it a case of past lives? Otherwise, she hadn't lived long enough to explain it" (p. 99).

"She wondered. Had she not brought Brian because she was worried about how he would seem to Alex and Maura? Or was it because she worried about how...

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