Wayward Quotes

Black Crouch
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Townies. They were oblivious. All of them. So beautifully oblivious.
-- Narrator (Part 1, Chapter 1 paragraph 36)

Importance: Here, the narrator reveals the thoughts of Mustin, a sniper on duty at the beginning of the novel. The narrator explains that the townspeople are totally in the dark when it comes to what exists beyond the town fences -that of abbies and the lack of a human race and civilization.

There were still moments, like this one, when Wayward Pines felt like a real place.
-- Narrator (Part 1, Chapter 2 paragraph 1)

Importance: Now sheriff for two weeks, Ethan Burke walks through town. It is an idyllic place, and seems almost normal sometimes -but Ethan has insider's knowledge about the outside and the truth and reality of Wayward Pines and everything that it is and means. The calm is an illusion.

The possibility of a growing contingent of residents meeting together in secret is a disturbing development, which I believe requires immediate attention.
-- Ted Upshaw (Part 2, Chapter 11 paragraph 28)

Importance: Ethan's investigation into the...

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