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Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Over this year, familiarity had done its usual Over this year, familiarity had done its usual work, picking off the gilded paint one scratch at a time. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: If you want someone to tell you what If you want someone to tell you what to think ... "
"You will never be short of people willing to do so. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: There was too much to feel strongly about, There was too much to feel strongly about, she was stretched too thin, so she could not quite feel anything about anything. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: I am anything I wish to be. The I am anything I wish to be. The world cannot choose for me. No, it is for me to choose what the world shall be. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: This is the young lady with the printed This is the young lady with the printed heart. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: If wits were pins, the man would be If wits were pins, the man would be a veritable hedgehog. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: But easier, she reminded herself, was not the But easier, she reminded herself, was not the same as better. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: I swam across the torrent of my madness, I swam across the torrent of my madness, and pulled myself upon the shore of a new and better sanity. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: I did not see your mother at the I did not see your mother at the funeral,' she said, following the thought. 'She stopped coming to them after her own,' Paul answered simply. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Mosca sniffed at perfection. Perfection had no pulse Mosca sniffed at perfection. Perfection had no pulse and no heart. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: In the interests of Truth, I would lie. In the interests of Truth, I would lie. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: We always find it difficult to forgive our We always find it difficult to forgive our heroes for being human. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: She had big, vague eyes and a big, She had big, vague eyes and a big, vague smile, and was always very busy in the way that a moth crashing about in a lampshade is busy. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: I was always awake!" interrupted Faith. "I was I was always awake!" interrupted Faith. "I was always angry! — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Oh, painted smirk of a hopeless dawn, the Oh, painted smirk of a hopeless dawn, the girl is still wearing her breeches ... — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Which of your victims are you being interviewed Which of your victims are you being interviewed about today, anyway?
Jonathan, don't call my subjects victims. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: It has made me what I am. When It has made me what I am. When every door is closed, one learns to climb through windows. Human nature, I suppose. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: You need me," Pen explained. "I'm your lookout. You need me," Pen explained. "I'm your lookout. If I see the coppers coming, I'll make a sound like an owl. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Besides, woods made sense. Woods were home. Besides, woods made sense. Woods were home. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: I suppose not everybody can bear to give I suppose not everybody can bear to give up everything they have ever known, however bad their life is. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Revenge is a dish best served unexpectedly and Revenge is a dish best served unexpectedly and from a distance - like a thrown trifle. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: She felt like an amputee, reaching out reflexively She felt like an amputee, reaching out reflexively with an arm she no longer had. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: The ladies' fans opened with cracks like pistol The ladies' fans opened with cracks like pistol shots, and were held up to block the stranger from view. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: How does it feel, whispered Faith, to come How does it feel, whispered Faith, to come back to your memories and find yourself missing and a dead person in your place? — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Little god, you see the world through such Little god, you see the world through such black eyes."

"Got no choice. My father give 'em to me. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: I can't think straight. But why am I I can't think straight. But why am I trying to do that anyway? Everybody else thinks straight. That's why nobody expects me to think zigzag-hop. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Neverfell shepherded her herd of frightened, woolly suspicions. Neverfell shepherded her herd of frightened, woolly suspicions. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: She's one of my best friends, thought Neverfell, She's one of my best friends, thought Neverfell, and most of the time I don't know what is going on in her head at all. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: You, sir, are a romantic, and I'm afraid You, sir, are a romantic, and I'm afraid the condition is incurable.
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Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Yes, ma'am, I like raspberry cake, only I Yes, ma'am, I like raspberry cake, only I like it better with no poison or scorpions in it. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: There was an invisible necklace of nows, stretching There was an invisible necklace of nows, stretching out in front of her along the crazy, twisting road, each bead a golden second. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: She dreamed of a world where books did She dreamed of a world where books did not rot or give way to green blot, where words and ideas were not things you were despised for treasuring. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Wishes are thorns, he told himself sharply. They Wishes are thorns, he told himself sharply. They do us no good, just stick into our skin and hurt us. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: You couldn't plan a picnic without strangling yourself You couldn't plan a picnic without strangling yourself with the cloth. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Magic was not an answer; it was an Magic was not an answer; it was an excuse to avoid looking for one. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: I got all my limbs," Mosca answered quickly. I got all my limbs," Mosca answered quickly. "I been knocked and scraped and chased about but my heart's still beating inside my hide. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Nobody's mind ever remains a blank page, however Nobody's mind ever remains a blank page, however carefully they are locked away from the world. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Large people tend to have large heads. Men Large people tend to have large heads. Men are no cleverer than we are, Miss Sunderly. Just taller. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: This was the hardest part. It was easier This was the hardest part. It was easier to be the witch, the harpy. Being human was dangerous. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Lost: one bonnet, two clogs. Kept in spite Lost: one bonnet, two clogs. Kept in spite of the odds: two thumbs, one life. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Pull on a thread, and you pull on Pull on a thread, and you pull on the whole web. And then out come the spiders ... — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: I'm a monster too. And they probably can't I'm a monster too. And they probably can't help it either. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Somehow the sting of guilt was always more Somehow the sting of guilt was always more acute when there was a risk that she might get caught. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Zeal was like gas, most dangerous when you Zeal was like gas, most dangerous when you could not see it. The wrong spark could light it at any time. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Mosca had never tasted power before. It was Mosca had never tasted power before. It was a little like the feeling the gin had given her, but without the bitterness and the numbness in her nose. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Somehow, without noticing, Mosca had become old enough Somehow, without noticing, Mosca had become old enough to hear about such things. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Hate has its uses, but it will serve Hate has its uses, but it will serve you ill if you wear it so openly. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: We're in a nest of secrets here. Don't We're in a nest of secrets here. Don't let down your guard. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: I left you clean. Purged of all your I left you clean. Purged of all your ghosts. I am the one who has been haunted all my life. Haunted by you. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Faith had always told herself that she was Faith had always told herself that she was not like other ladies. But neither, it seemed, were other ladies. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: People were animals, and animals were nothing but People were animals, and animals were nothing but teeth. You bit first, and you bit often. That was the only way to survive. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: She is the key to this mystery, a She is the key to this mystery, a key that I will turn, by hook or by crook. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: He was bellowing a great many words that He was bellowing a great many words that were new to Mosca and sounded quite interesting. She memorized them for future use. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: It did seem hard to be doing something It did seem hard to be doing something heroic while everyone was too busy to notice. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: True stories seldom have endings.I don't want a True stories seldom have endings.
I don't want a happy ending, I want more story. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: The world is like a broken wrist that The world is like a broken wrist that healed the wrong way, and will never be the same again. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Tea is the magic key to the vault Tea is the magic key to the vault where my brain is kept. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Follow that coffeehouse. Follow that coffeehouse. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: She had needed kindness before, and had received She had needed kindness before, and had received none. Now it was too late, and she did not know what to do with it. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: What would have happened if Caverna had been What would have happened if Caverna had been torn by a civil war, the two opposed leaders housed in a single body? — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: What's a little maiming and treachery between friends? What's a little maiming and treachery between friends? — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Perhaps illnesses could be left behind, just like Perhaps illnesses could be left behind, just like small, badly concealed china corpses. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Silence itself could be used as deftly and Silence itself could be used as deftly and cruelly as a kire — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Nobody was to be trusted. The plan that Nobody was to be trusted. The plan that had ensnared her had been the brainchild of her protector, Maxim Childersin. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Once again Toll-by-Night had burst out of its Once again Toll-by-Night had burst out of its captivity, like a monstrous jack from an innocent-looking box. And this time Mosca was a part of it. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: She could find no purchase on the older She could find no purchase on the older woman's marble-smooth countenance. There were no cracks to give her a view into her soul. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: Just between you and me,' Mosca whispered, 'radicalism Just between you and me,' Mosca whispered, 'radicalism is all about walkin' on the grass. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: That last extraordinary Face had sent a throb That last extraordinary Face had sent a throb through her very soul, like a breeze shivering the string of a harp, and she could not account for it. — Frances Hardinge
Hardinge Quotes By Frances Hardinge: She could feel her mind pulling loose like She could feel her mind pulling loose like knitting, the neat stitches of her artificial days unravelling to become one mangled thread. — Frances Hardinge