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"You see? There's really no possibility of anything holding it up, no invisible wire or glass rod, however contorted." Chapter 3, p. 19.
Cecil de Morgan to Josh and Ruddy as they first investigate the eye of Jamrud.

"Or perhaps one day, men will put aside war as a growing child sets aside the toys of his nursery." Chapter 3, p. 23.
Josh to Ruddy regarding the constant conflicts of men.

"It's okay for you to talk. I've been lobotomized." Chapter 4, p. 30.
Bisesa's phone to her when she tries to console it after it loses its signal.

"I was right—the Russians—the blessed Russians!..." Chapter 4, p. 34.
Rudyard Kipling to Josh White when the helicopter lands near Jamrud.

"Tell me you potato farmers haven't fouled up again." Chapter 5, p. 39.
Sable to Koyla and Musa as they are affected by the Discontinuity and lose contact with the ground.

"I can't see how...

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