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Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Mg. Thane held his fork loosely in his hand. "I'll not starve you, if that's your worry. Mg. Thane held his fork loosely in his hand. "I'll not starve you, if that's your worry.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Her entire body became a heartbeat. Her entire body became a heartbeat.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Do you have any idea what it does to me when you put yourself in danger? And so willingly, no less! Do you have any idea what it does to me when you put yourself in danger? And so willingly, no less!
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: The clouds looked like ethereal creatures, sky-fish swimming across the blue expanse, following the sun to the other side of the world. The clouds looked like ethereal creatures, sky-fish swimming across the blue expanse, following the sun to the other side of the world.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: stepped away from it. What sort of morbid man constructed a butler out of paper? Was there no one else to answer the door? "Do stepped away from it. What sort of morbid man constructed a butler out of paper? Was there no one else to answer the door? "Do
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Sometimes, darling, you don't have to say it out loud. Sometimes, darling, you don't have to say it out loud.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: months of study to learn how to form the bones and joints so months of study to learn how to form the bones and joints so
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Perhaps she really wasn't as astute as she should be. She wondered if there was a spell for that. Perhaps she really wasn't as astute as she should be. She wondered if there was a spell for that.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Half?" Ceony asked. "How do you have half of an apprentice? Half?" Ceony asked. "How do you have half of an apprentice?
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: She thought her ears would light with fire, her cheeks burn to ash, but the moment passed, as even the worst moments do. She thought her ears would light with fire, her cheeks burn to ash, but the moment passed, as even the worst moments do.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: crust. It's strange, this story of mine. A tale that starts somewhere in chapter twenty and ends who knows where. crust. It's strange, this story of mine. A tale that starts somewhere in chapter twenty and ends who knows where.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Everyone has a dark side! But it's their choice whether or not they cultivate it. Everyone has a dark side! But it's their choice whether or not they cultivate it.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Make it whole, and it will rise whole. That's your first lesson of the day. Make it whole, and it will rise whole. That's your first lesson of the day.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: She felt certain she could make the trip in a quarter hour on Emery's paper glider, but he insisted that the world wasn't ready for such eccentricity. She felt certain she could make the trip in a quarter hour on Emery's paper glider, but he insisted that the world wasn't ready for such eccentricity.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Mad Olia had a lot to say, and most of it was nonsensical, if it could be understood at all. Like bad poetry spoken underwater. Mad Olia had a lot to say, and most of it was nonsensical, if it could be understood at all. Like bad poetry spoken underwater.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: You are the kind of women who makes me believe in God...I don't know how else it could be possible to find you. You are the kind of women who makes me believe in God...I don't know how else it could be possible to find you.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: He was still as an oak trunk, silent as a candle. He was still as an oak trunk, silent as a candle.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: He finally had something worth going home to. He finally had something worth going home to.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Bennet was a wonderful friend and, admittedly, a wonderful specimen of a man, but she worried over his friendliness. Bennet was a wonderful friend and, admittedly, a wonderful specimen of a man, but she worried over his friendliness.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Ceony gaped in surprise. There, wagging its little paper tail, stood a paper dog. Ceony gaped in surprise. There, wagging its little paper tail, stood a paper dog.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Never trust what your eyes see at a magician's home, Miss Twill. You know that. Never trust what your eyes see at a magician's home, Miss Twill. You know that.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: I suppose after you see so much, the extraordinary starts to become more ordinary. I suppose after you see so much, the extraordinary starts to become more ordinary.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Less than a week had passed since Ceony had heard this, Less than a week had passed since Ceony had heard this,
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: She had the feeling of reading a story with all its even pages torn out. She had the feeling of reading a story with all its even pages torn out.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Fennel licked her sleeves with his paper tongue and wagged his tail so fiercely she feared it would fly off his rump and land in the icebox. Fennel licked her sleeves with his paper tongue and wagged his tail so fiercely she feared it would fly off his rump and land in the icebox.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: but with their enemies either dead, jailed, or in a perpetual state of being frozen, danger had decided to leave them alone. but with their enemies either dead, jailed, or in a perpetual state of being frozen, danger had decided to leave them alone.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: A double-edged sword was more useful than no weapon at all. A double-edged sword was more useful than no weapon at all.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: A young woman in distress, and they hadn't even slowed? Curse the French! A young woman in distress, and they hadn't even slowed? Curse the French!
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: There is plenty of homework to do! There is plenty of homework to do!
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: He opened his mouth to respond, closed it. Pushed fingers back through his short hair, then actually laughed. "I suppose we're both horrible people. He opened his mouth to respond, closed it. Pushed fingers back through his short hair, then actually laughed. "I suppose we're both horrible people.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: All she could do now was run . . . and figure out how to defeat an Excisioner who couldn't be killed. All she could do now was run . . . and figure out how to defeat an Excisioner who couldn't be killed.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Matrona's heart retreated until it hit her spine, and she quivered with its every beat. Matrona's heart retreated until it hit her spine, and she quivered with its every beat.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: six-story apartment building wedged between a six-story apartment building wedged between a
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Everyone is afraid of something, right?" The Everyone is afraid of something, right?" The
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: The heart had the dark to balance out the light, the uncertainty to balance dreams. The heart had the dark to balance out the light, the uncertainty to balance dreams.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Excellent!" Mg. Thane clapped her on the shoulder and strode out of the library. "I'll be on my way. Try not to burn anything down. Excellent!" Mg. Thane clapped her on the shoulder and strode out of the library. "I'll be on my way. Try not to burn anything down.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Her head full of clouds, but not in the dreamy sense. Just the empty one. Her head full of clouds, but not in the dreamy sense. Just the empty one.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Six days. The man had been gone six days, and that was all he had to say about it? Six days. The man had been gone six days, and that was all he had to say about it?
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Thane leaned his chin into his palm, much the same way he had at his titling ceremony when he became a magician, looking every bit the part of bored. Thane leaned his chin into his palm, much the same way he had at his titling ceremony when he became a magician, looking every bit the part of bored.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: Jaska straightened, though his whole person seemed to wilt. Jaska straightened, though his whole person seemed to wilt.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: His laughter made me laugh, his thoughts made me think, and his silence made me listen to each intake of his breath. His laughter made me laugh, his thoughts made me think, and his silence made me listen to each intake of his breath.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: to describe. It still felt like paper, of course - a medium to describe. It still felt like paper, of course - a medium
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: But how will I know if he's acting strange?" Ceony asked. "He's strange already." Mg. But how will I know if he's acting strange?" Ceony asked. "He's strange already." Mg.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: I am made of feathers, of bubble soap, of wind and dandelion seeds. I am made of feathers, of bubble soap, of wind and dandelion seeds.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: whose dark eyes narrowed to lightless almonds, whose dark eyes narrowed to lightless almonds,
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: She didn't need a paper dog reminding her what a fool brain she had inside her skull. She didn't need a paper dog reminding her what a fool brain she had inside her skull.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: A few dead leaves fell down on top of her, carrying the scent of dew and the sound of birdsong. Taking A few dead leaves fell down on top of her, carrying the scent of dew and the sound of birdsong. Taking
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: raspy breaths. She pressed an ear to his chest, raspy breaths. She pressed an ear to his chest,
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: I always saw novels as an outlet for which the mind can escape this world, not be tethered to it." "I I always saw novels as an outlet for which the mind can escape this world, not be tethered to it." "I
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: As far as magic went, she knew it was paper or nothing, and she'd rather be a Folder than a failure. She As far as magic went, she knew it was paper or nothing, and she'd rather be a Folder than a failure. She
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: But a man doesn't have to have dark magic to do dark things. But a man doesn't have to have dark magic to do dark things.
Charlie N. Holmberg quotes: No, you're not," he said, sounding much surer than she No, you're not," he said, sounding much surer than she