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“Oh, I don’t do relationships,” I assured him honestly, staring at his beautiful mouth.
“They just rip you open and eat your carcass and then leave it there for some other animal to finish you off.
“If you’re smart, you heal and you get your ass up out of those woods and make sure no animal gets the chance to rip you back open.”
~ Fight or Flight, Samantha Young

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“... how we often mistake love for fireworks — for drama and dysfunction. But real love is very quiet, very still. It’s boring, if seen from the perspective of high drama. Love is deep and calm — and constant.”
― Alex Michaelides,
The Silent Patient

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“Like most men, Wick could not help terror about one thing erupting as anger about something else.”
― Jeff VanderMeer,
Borne

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“Address moths were originally used for transporting classified material. Once they drank a document, they could be sent anywhere in a coat pocket or a box of antiques. Then they’d be placed on a fresh sheet of paper and would recreate the document to the word. As long as the recipient knew the right incantation.”

~ Leigh Bardugo, Ninth House

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Intolerance and superstition have always been the domain of the more stupid amongst the common folk and, I conjecture, will never be uprooted, for they are as eternal as stupidity itself. There, where mountains tower today, one day there will be seas; there where today seas surge, will one day be deserts. But stupidity will remain stupidity.
Blood of Elves
(The Witcher #3),
Andrzej Spakowski

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Once we have agreed that true love exists, we may consider its nature. It is not, as many misguided poets would have you believe, an event in and of itself; it is not something that happens, but something that simply is and always has been. One does not fall in love; one discovers it.
~ Alix E. Harrow,
The Ten Thousand Doors of January

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If you started to see that worms lurked behind the eyes of everyone you saw, it was only reasonable to deduce that they’d made a home behind your own, living in their little tunnels in the mind, silently altering what you see and how you see it.

~ Dexter Palmer, Mary Toft; or, The Rabbit Queen: A Novel