The Unquiet Earth: A Novel Quotes

Denise Giardina
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"She dragged the deathbed outside and burned it like a funeral pyre. He was already buried in the Homeplace cemetery with the rest of her people. But it was like she had to see something go up in flames." (Chapter 1, page 15)

"No. Dillon don't know how to say goodbye proper, not when it's something he cares about." (Chapter 2, page 26)

"Land is so fragile—it can be taken by flood or fire or a piece of banker's paper—that it is best to build a life inside oneself that can be planted anywhere and held onto until the last breath." (Chapter 2, page 29)

"It's a good thing we will die or life would be worthless, we wouldn't even know what it is. Except I don't want to die this soon." (Chapter 2, page 56)

"Sin is a puny thing to speak of when two people love." (Chapter 4, page 93)

"I got down...

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