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Philip Reeve quotes: Uncle knows best. -All the Lost Boys Uncle knows best.
-All the Lost Boys
Philip Reeve quotes: The old curator of ceramics lay near the door, looking indignant, as if death was a silly modern fad that he rather disapproved of. The old curator of ceramics lay near the door, looking indignant, as if death was a silly modern fad that he rather disapproved of.
Philip Reeve quotes: He said his name was Kobi Chen-Tulsi. He said, "Tell Threnody Noon that the Prells are going to attack Grand Central." - The Crystal Horizon He said his name was Kobi Chen-Tulsi. He said, "Tell Threnody Noon that the Prells are going to attack Grand Central." - The Crystal Horizon
Philip Reeve quotes: I was fascinated by 'The Lord of the Rings' from about the age of eight, and that lasted well into my teens. I was fascinated by 'The Lord of the Rings' from about the age of eight, and that lasted well into my teens.
Philip Reeve quotes: You can't keep children in the nursery forever. If you do, they never become grown-ups, but they're not really children either. They are just pets. You can't keep children in the nursery forever. If you do, they never become grown-ups, but they're not really children either. They are just pets.
Philip Reeve quotes: An Engineer is no match for a Historian with his dander up! An Engineer is no match for a Historian with his dander up!
Philip Reeve quotes: Uncle knows best. Uncle knows best.
Philip Reeve quotes: That's impossible,' said Fever, Engineerishly. That's impossible,' said Fever, Engineerishly.
Philip Reeve quotes: All it wants is to explode.''Nice to have an ambition in life, I suppose. All it wants is to explode.'
'Nice to have an ambition in life, I suppose.
Philip Reeve quotes: It was a dark, blustery afternoon in spring, and the city of London was chasing a small mining town across the dried-out bed of the old North Sea. It was a dark, blustery afternoon in spring, and the city of London was chasing a small mining town across the dried-out bed of the old North Sea.
Philip Reeve quotes: It will be all right, Tom. Wherever we go now, whatever becomes of us, we'll be together, and it will all be all right. It will be all right, Tom. Wherever we go now, whatever becomes of us, we'll be together, and it will all be all right.
Philip Reeve quotes: Outside, Melliphant's ear flattened itself against the wood of the door like a pale slug. Outside, Melliphant's ear flattened itself against the wood of the door like a pale slug.
Philip Reeve quotes: I have had it with these dumb cakes on this dumb spaceship! I have had it with these dumb cakes on this dumb spaceship!
Philip Reeve quotes: I'm already a monster!" she shrieked."No, you're not!" Tom managed to heave himself to his knees. "You're my friend!" he shouted. I'm already a monster!" she shrieked.
"No, you're not!" Tom managed to heave himself to his knees. "You're my friend!" he shouted.
Philip Reeve quotes: But boys will be boys, even the ones who are only girls dressed up: That's one of the rules of the world. But boys will be boys, even the ones who are only girls dressed up: That's one of the rules of the world.
Philip Reeve quotes: Godshawk looked surprised, the way that people generally do when you ask them philosophical questions in shrubberies in the middle of the night. Godshawk looked surprised, the way that people generally do when you ask them philosophical questions in shrubberies in the middle of the night.
Philip Reeve quotes: Friends don't leave friends behind to wash dishes for yetis! Friends don't leave friends behind to wash dishes for yetis!
Philip Reeve quotes: ran on blindly into the blind dark. ran on blindly into the blind dark.
Philip Reeve quotes: They're Hive Monks,' said Nova. They're Hive Monks,' said Nova.
Philip Reeve quotes: I still feel, as I did when I was six or seven, that books are simply the best way to experience a story. I still feel, as I did when I was six or seven, that books are simply the best way to experience a story.