Words in Deep Blue Quotes

Crowley, Cath
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Sometimes, the end begins.
-- Henry's dad (N/A)

Importance: Henry’s family and Rachel spend long hours discussing the possibility of transmigration, the idea that a soul can leave one body and move to another. If this is true, then death does not truly signify the end, as it also leads to a new beginning. The group cannot be sure whether this actually happens in souls, but this inspires them to apply the same concept to the Letter Library. This quote describes the way they move each of the books in the Letter Library to bookshops around the city, so that the end of Howling Books can also be the beginning of a new Letter Library tradition.

He’s on exchange. It’s not an official program. He’s living with Dad at the moment.
-- Rachel (N/A)

Importance: When George asks Rachel about Cal, Rachel decides to lie rather than tell the truth. She knows that she can...

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