100 Thriller Quotes And Sayings

If you like mystery, thriller movies are for you. Thrillers are the perfect mix of suspense, romance, and drama. They draw you in and keep you guessing until the very end. If you want to be inspired by good quotes about thrillers, then here’s the collection that will inspire you to live life like a thriller while getting ready to read some exciting quotes while watching your favorite thriller movies.

Oh dios mio, she makes me burn, she makes me...
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Oh dios mio, she makes me burn, she makes me need. She is etching herself into mi alma P.T. Macias
Hell had frozen over and I was lost in its...
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Hell had frozen over and I was lost in its endless labyrinth. Cameo Renae
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So we have twenty-four hours to keep out of trouble, ’ he says to me. I slide a glance in his direction. Judging from the way he’s now grimacing at the sidewalk and the fact that I met him in a police station where he was being booked for stealing a car, I’m guessing that staying out of trouble is not his forte. Sarah Alderson
Trust me, ’ he says with a touch of impatience.‘...
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Trust me, ’ he says with a touch of impatience.‘ Stop asking me to do that, ’ I say, equally as impatiently. Sarah Alderson
A quick thought shot through my mind. Could I really...
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A quick thought shot through my mind. Could I really drown in a dream? I remembered the movie the Matrix. If you died in the matrix, you died in real life. I wasn’t about to take a chance... Cameo Renae
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I’ve never needed a bodyguard, Evan.”His hands stilled on the glasses. “Maybe that isn’t such a bad idea now.”“ It’s a terrible idea. I would never want anyone watching every move I make. It’s unnerving. There are fresh lemons in the bottom drawer.” Evan squatted and tugged open the vegetable crisper inside the refrigerator. “You know, ” he waved a piece of the yellow fruit for emphasis, “you may want to think about it, though.” Morgan smacked the table so hard the salt and pepper shakers jumped. He grinned and stood. “Haven’t lost your temper, I see.”“ My temper wasn’t burned. Rachel Carrington
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I need a favour.’ I raise my eyebrows at him in disbelief. What makes him think I’m about to do him a favour? He’s a stranger. And he’s wearing handcuffs. Sarah Alderson
Maligned —powerfully-drawn characters acting out a disturbing view of our...
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Maligned —powerfully-drawn characters acting out a disturbing view of our future.” -David Compton, New York Times Best-Selling author Kathleen Papajohn
My heart, for unknown reasons, seems to freeze in motion...
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My heart, for unknown reasons, seems to freeze in motion in my chest. I can see he senses it and he holds his pause to enjoy my suffering, prolonging my ignorance. “Viktor, what? Gwenn Wright
Enough with the sadness! This dream is not for cry-babies...”...
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Enough with the sadness! This dream is not for cry-babies...” he said, his face beaming with a wide smile. Cameo Renae
He grinned, a very dark and evil grin… the kind...
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He grinned, a very dark and evil grin… the kind of grin that the Grinch had before he stole Christmas. Cameo Renae
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For a moment she believed he had left, but as she shifted away from the wall she sensed him there beside the bed. He was very close. Wretched curiosity! But she would fight it and not look. “ Katherine, ” he whispered, his breath rolling in a warm wave across her cheek. A traitor tear spilled out, the humiliation was too much to contain. Gently, a finger dabbed the wetness from her skin. He said it again, softly, as though it pleased him just to say it, “Katherine.” “Viktor! ” the accented voice bellowed from below. And then the shadow was gone. Darkness overwhelmed her then and carried her away to a land of crows and mocking strangers. . Gwenn Wright
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WEST SALEM ~ October 2011A sudden vision, fraught with malevolence and darkness, obscured her sight. The face of a menacing figure turned from the shadows of his grisly handiwork and stared at Sorcha.Her muscles tensed. By the Goddess, could he see her? Please! No! She wanted to scream, to run, but the vision ensnared her into the horrific moment like a fly in a spider's web. Unknown
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Do not be so ridiculous, I can more easily find you someone else.” Gripping the bars of his prison so strongly that the bones of his knuckles showed prominently through his pale skin, the monster growled again, “I will have no other.” Nearing the end of his patience, Klaus demanded, “Why? Why are you being so impossible?” Turning to the diminutive creature beneath the blanket, he smiled nastily, his light red eyes gleaming, “Because he wants her. Gwenn Wright
This is what people were looking at all day? How...
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This is what people were looking at all day? How embarrassing! I looked like Quasimodo! My guests were exceptional actors. Cameo Renae
The reader is the final arbiter.
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The reader is the final arbiter. Sam Reaves
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Hank Knight asked questions about Jesse Rose and an item that was taken from her crib the night she was kidnapped. His questions led our lawyer to believe Hank had knowledge about the crime and possibly where Jesse Rose is now. I think he got too close to the truth. Too close to the kidnapper's accomplice. And if I'm right then you can help me prove it. B.J. Daniels
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He noticed her eyes were a rich, warm brown, the same color as his favorite horse." Yes?" He realized he'd been staring. At least he had the sense not to voice his thoughts. He doubted she would appreciate her eye color being compared to that of his horse's hide even if it was his favorite. B.J. Daniels
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Her gaze locked with his and she felt her heart quicken. Slowly, he bent his head until his lips were only a breath away from her own. She couldn't breathe. Didn't dare. She thought she would die if he didn't kiss her. B.J. Daniels
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His lips brushed over hers. She let out a sigh of relief and joy and pleasure. He pulled her tighter against him, taking her mouth with his own. She melted into him and the kiss, heart pounding, desire sparking along her nerve endings like a string of lit dynamite. B.J. Daniels
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She remembered dating. She remembered feeling excited and reveling in the unknown. Dating was like hopscotch for giants. An adult game that made the heart jump instead of the feet. A game she used to enjoy. Barbara Avon
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I'm not naive... I grew up in a white supremacist compound with a daddy who wanted to murder innocent people and blow up the government for funzies. They beat up and possibly killed anyone who didn't agree with their ideals, and married their daughters off to perverts to hide sex crimes. I am not one of those females who see the world through rose-coloured glasses, or if I do, the roses are blood-red and thorny as hell. - Tess . Toni Anderson
But it turned out you couldn't run from your past....
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But it turned out you couldn't run from your past. It always found a way to track you down. Toni Anderson
Where are you taking me?” Abby asked from the passenger...
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Where are you taking me?” Abby asked from the passenger seat of the pickup. B.J. Daniels
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Denial. It’s the only thing that keeps most of us from losing our sanity. Heena Rathore P.
The corpse opened his eyes.
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The corpse opened his eyes. Donato Carrisi
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Every living soul in this universe should be given a chance at love — their personal shot at having the most powerful andmysterious thing that ever existed. You could love forever, or your love couldburn short and bright for just a few moments in the history oftime. But however you did it, I supposed the idea was to make it count; to create a story worthy of a new fairytale, a poem, or a new constellation that would wind itself into an infinite thread of light in your name. Maybe that was the whole point of love — to create an eternal story of your own. . Sukanya Venkatraghavan
I was such a messed up person and he was...
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I was such a messed up person and he was still holding on. Holly Hood
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You can’t get the blood out. Steven Ramirez
Some things are just like riding a bicycle; you jump...
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Some things are just like riding a bicycle; you jump on, pedal, and hope you don’t fall. Henry Mosquera
People have incredible nerve to do terrible things, but never...
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People have incredible nerve to do terrible things, but never actually admit to them. Henry Mosquera
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I think all artists struggle to represent the geometryof life in their own way, just like writers deal witharchetypes. There are only so many stories that you cantell, but an infinite number of storytellers. Henry Mosquera
Any self-defense class worth its salt will tell you thatyou...
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Any self-defense class worth its salt will tell you thatyou don’t pull out a weapon unless you intend to use it. The same should apply to ballsy remarks. Henry Mosquera
I don’t care what Einstein said about God not playing...
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I don’t care what Einstein said about God not playing dice; If he exists, he’s addicted to craps. Henry Mosquera
So much of what people believe makes no sense, Wylie.
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So much of what people believe makes no sense, Wylie. Kimberly McCreight
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After earning a degree in Marketing at Auburn University, I spent the next five years in the business world, which is a polite way of saying that I had eleven jobs in a five-year period, including door to door sales, skip tracing people who didn’t want to be found, repossessing cars and collecting on defaulted student loans. During this five-year period, I did an in-depth study of abnormal psychology and sociopathic behavior — and then I divorced him. C. Mack Lewis
O' melancholy, hectic chill for human soul, herewith dismal presence,...
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O' melancholy, hectic chill for human soul, herewith dismal presence, any spirit does descent. Nithin Purple
She might not have read many books. But when she...
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She might not have read many books. But when she reads a book, she swallows the very words. If you open the books on her shelves, you will find that the front and back covers encase white pages. Kamand Kojouri
Don't plant a seed just a day before you need...
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Don't plant a seed just a day before you need the fruit. ~ Aarush Kashyap Kirtida Gautam
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Technos and clerics have much in common. Both take a world that can’t be fully understood and try to explain its fundamental properties. Clerics postulate beliefs that can never be proven; they demand you accept these postulates as your Faith, which will guide your actions and thoughts. It’s a top down way of thinking; start with the big picture and derive rules for living. Fundamental knowledge is static. Even the derived rules rarely change. Technos work from the bottom up. They build a baseline of observations and formulate theories to explain these phenomena. Nothing is sacred; with new observations, theories are discarded or modified to fit the facts. Technos and clerics; how could they not be in conflict? Dan Ronco’s Diary, 2016. Dan Ronco
Every generation that goes into your genes is a generation...
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Every generation that goes into your genes is a generation of fighters, of survivors. And all those millions of lives are in you, in your blood. Nick Lake
If he sees you in this apartment he will seriously...
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If he sees you in this apartment he will seriously murder you and then break up with me.  And I really, really don’t want him to break up with me, Linc.”“But murdering me, that’s all good? Trevion Burns
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Another ship. It’s the best news I could ever have imagined. Who are they going to send? Who’s coming? I stare out of the helm window, straining my eyes against the infinite blackness, pressing my fingernails into my palms so hard they sting. I can’t see anything except the silver pinprick stars. How long until I’ll be able to see The Eternity?How long until it will be able to see me? Unknown
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She knew half of the correspondents had broken under the excruciating pressure. And the other half who said they had made it, simply lied. She also knew there was a good chance she would too. But it was still worth it. Because if Viola wanted anything approaching a deeper meaning, she knew it existed in moments filled with injustice and cruelty. That’s where true human nature lay for her. Not because of the ferocity itself but because of what came with it, true human heart and compassion. . Piotr Ryczko
We leave this life the same way that we enter...
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We leave this life the same way that we enter it, totally alone, bereft. Blake Crouch
Ego is like a mad elephant which is ridden by...
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Ego is like a mad elephant which is ridden by our blind heart and blind mind and which ultimately destroys our real selves Kapil Kumar Bhaskar
Life is truly a matter of choices, reactions, and actions...each...
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Life is truly a matter of choices, reactions, and actions...each and every choice is governed by our reactions which in turn affect our actions and consequently the future turn of events Kapil Kumar Bhaskar
Man-eaters are finally shot dead.
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Man-eaters are finally shot dead. Mahendra Jakhar
She had refused to draw the monster. She feared to...
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She had refused to draw the monster. She feared to give him form. Christina Dodd
The thing that hunts me now thrives on terror. My...
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The thing that hunts me now thrives on terror. My terror. I fear he will come for me. I fear he will come for anyone who knows me. Christina Dodd
I was out on a lonely road that stretched forever...
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I was out on a lonely road that stretched forever into the darkness. I wanted to run, to get away from him, but it was so dark, I was afraid of where I was going. Christina Dodd
I don't know why it's so hard for people to...
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I don't know why it's so hard for people to admit that sometimes they're just assholes who screw up because they don't expect to get caught. Karen M. McManus
I'm not afraid of dying. I'm afraid I'll never get...
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I'm not afraid of dying. I'm afraid I'll never get a chance to live! A.A. Bell
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Whenever Elliot Norther’s wife was nervous she baked. With the murder of Harriet Mason, her husband’s close colleague at the Faculty, she had been unable to resist a couple of Victoria sponges. During the frenzied press speculation about the identity of the murderer, a Dundee cake had appeared, followed swiftly by a Battenberg and a Lemon Drizzle. Since news of the Wildencrust murder broke, the kitchen, dining room and study had come to resemble the storerooms of an industrial bakery, every surface heaving with the weight of sponge and cream. Yesterday, having at last been overwhelmed by the fear and rumour that swept the town, she had taken herself off to her mother’s house in Hampstead, leaving her husband to soldier on alone. When he had last seen his wife, Elliot Norther noticed that she had been putting the finishing touches to an impressive, triple-tiered wedding cake, beating a batch of royal icing into a sickly paste. Robert Clear
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Contrary to the media circus which portrayed politicians as all-powerful figures, Kentbridge knew from experience the vast majority of US Government officials — elected or otherwise — were puppets who only had the illusion of power. James Morcan
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The nation has been turned upside down and inside out. The country that was once discovered by people seeking religious freedom is now oppressing religious rights. It has been a slow train rumbling down the track of destruction since the 1960's. It started with the removal of the Bible from our public schools. Next the generation known as the 'love generation' opened the door for the approval of sex outside of marriage. For every ten years since then, it's been a slippery slope of materialism, I got mine, what can you do for me, and money is power. "We as a nation have stopped focusing on God and family and replaced them with money and success. Parents are teaching their children to do whatever it takes to get ahead..just don't get caught. If you do, find someone to blame it on. Rick Mayhew
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You will never know everything. Knowledge unfolds as we move forward. Sitting back and waiting to know everything before we do anything is a waste of life.~ I Am Another You Priya Kumar
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Un sot trouve toujours un plus sot qui l'admire. A fool always finds a greater fool to admire him. Arthur Conan Doyle
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The purpose of having the orphans study all these diverse fields was not for them to just become geniuses, but to become polymaths — meaning they would be geniuses in a wide variety of fields. James Morcan
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He could sense in her the same spirit that ran in his veins. They were people with independent minds. They were not clerks at desks. They preferred to act. Accomplish something. They were rushing to reach the end. Such people need to be left alone. They are used to the darkness, the silence, the waiting. They belong to the same family. That of leopards. Mahendra Jakhar
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Terry took the silence as acquiescence, “The other way to make money is to exploit people, oh, no sorry, that’s the ‘only’ way to make money, exploit other people, that’s how the billionaires have acquired all their money by exploiting others… So how did they achieve it? You’re going to love this… they changed all the rules to accommodate what they wanted to do. How I hear you ask… easy, they own the politicians, they own the banks, they own industry and they own everything. They made it easier for themselves to invest in so called emerging markets. What once would’ve been considered treasonous was now considered virtuous. Instead of building up the nation state and its resources, all of its resources, including its people, they concentrated on building up their profits. That’s all they did. They invested in parts of the world where children could be worked for 12 hours a day 7 days a week, where grown men and women could be treated like slaves and all for a pittance and they did this because we here in the west had made it illegal to work children, because we’d abolished slavery, because we had fought for workers’ rights, for a minimum wage, for a 40 hr week, for pensions, for the right to retire, for a free NHS, for free education, all of these things were getting in the way of them making a quick and easy profit and worse …had been making us feel we were worth something. . Arun D. Ellis
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It had started to drizzle. The lamp poles cast a kaleidoscope of light dancing across the puddles in the road. The rain made Sam feel even more lost now, as if these shadowy events were invisible to the world. As if the night was cloaked in anonymity. This wasn’t a peaceful rain - it was a sad one. A drizzle, which wept for the inevitable. Sam knew even if she got Alison out of this alive, the cuts on their lives had already been made, pooling the blood of consequence beneath their feet as the night dragged on. Whichever way this went, they’d have scars from this night. Scars and scabs and things which could not be spoken. And that made her feel utterly hopeless. . Adelheid Manefeldt
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Yes, I am finally a match for Amy. The other morning I woke up next to her, and I studied the back of her skull. I tried to read her thoughts. For once I didn't feel like I was staring into the sun. I'm rising to my wife's level of madness. Because I can feel her changing me again: I was a callow boy, and then a man, good and bad. Now at last I'm the hero. I am the one to root for in the never-ending war story of our marriage. It's a story I can live with. Hell, at this point, I can't imagine my story without Amy. She is my forever antagonist. We are one long frightening climax. Gillian Flynn
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Can you imagine, finally showing your true self to your spouse, your soul mate, and having him not like you? Gillian Flynn
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Marriage is sleeping together in a bed a little too narrow. Jeffrey Rasley
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Brian came in heavy at that moment on his guitar, the rapid, high-pitched squeal ranging back and forth as his fingers flew along the frets. As the intro's tempo grew more rapid, Bekka heard Derek's subtle bass line as it worked its way in. After another few seconds Will came in, slow at first, but racing along to match the others' pace. When their combined efforts seemed unable to get any heavier, David jumped into the mix. As the sound got nice and heavy, Bekka began to rock back-and-forth onstage. In front of her, hundreds of metal-lovers began to jump and gyrate to their music. She matched their movements for a moment, enjoying the connection that was being made, before stepping over to the keyboard that had been set up behind her. Sliding her microphone into an attached cradle, she assumed her position and got ready. Right on cue, all the others stopped playing, throwing the auditorium into an abrupt silence. Before the crowd could react, however, Bekka's fingers began to work the keys, issuing a rhythm that was much softer and slower than what had been built up. The audience's violent thrash-dance calmed at that moment and they began to sway in response. Bekka smiled to herself. This is what she lived for. . Nathan Squiers
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A heart in love is a thriller book of many stories Munia Khan
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As a rule, I had murder in my mind. That day, I had it in my heart. Jane Casey
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Books are keys that open many doors. James Rollins
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His blue eyes slice through me and make me wish I hadn't come. Kathey Gray
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I'm dangerous for you, Abby. Kathey Gray
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Sometimes death is just the beginning Nora Jones
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Perhaps great fiction is in reality, deep hidden truths. S.G. Savage
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The mirror sighed and spoke in a tone tinged with melancholy. Its language was old and not of any of the worlds known or unknown. What you dream, what you darkly desire, Find it by trial or by fire. Seek it high and seek it low, Search the skies or the realms below. Look everywhere but beware, The deepest magic, the strongest spell Will not change what the stars foretell. Sukanya Venkatraghavan
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A full harvest moon lit the sky. In its glow, there appeared an old woman dressed in black lace. A shimmering veil covered her head. With her back to the old oak tree, she keened wildly. Her cry was carried by the autumn winds and lost on the wings of the nightingales. AnneMarie Dapp
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This is the right time They are the right people Will it be enough for mankind? From "The Rishis: Book of Secrets. Robert Delgado
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This is the beginning of a new time, ” Torius said, “a great moment for us. One of us has learnt the Tongue and freed a princess. I have saved him and killed the guards. No longer will we be slaves. No longer will the guards tell us what to do. No longer will we listen. We will fight till we get what we want! ” A roar exploded from the children around him.“ This is a revolution, ” Torius went on. “You all remember the pain that you have felt when the guards have touched you. You all know the shame we carry within us at being treated like this. No more! We will stand!. Y.K. Willemse
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First, I'm a writer; I look at things from a different point of view. The untrained eye is the eye that sees what's been missed. Devon, from The Dragon's Breath by Jenna Lindsey Jenna Lindsey
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Oooo wee! You see that chump go flying? Look’eah, nothing like charred demon to make a brotha feel right. - Calvin Freeman (Sineaters‬:Devotion Book One) Kai Leakes
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There were fat cats and skinny cats. The long-tailed and the bobbed. The daring young leapers, and the old windowsill sleepers. Balls of waddling fluff, smooth-coated prowlers, and hairless ones that looked fragile and wise. The tiger-striped, the ring-tailed, and the ones with matching coloured socks and mittens. There were tabbies and calicos. Manx and Persians. Siamese and Bombay. Ragdolls and Birmans. Maine Coons and Russian Blues. There were Snowshoes and Somalis, Tonkinese and Turkish, and many, many more. Brown and beige and orange and grey and black and white and silver cats, each with gleaming eyes of emerald, or sapphire, or amber. A rainbow of precious stones. . Brooke Burgess
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Vincent knew he was dying. A horrendous fever overwhelmed him with intolerable pain throughout many sleepless hours. It came as a result of a malaria epidemic that erupted in his hometown during early nineteenth century Europe. The disease spread so fast, physicians had to ration their stocks of quinine only to use it on patients who weren’t declared “hopeless”. Vincent was one of the unlucky ones. Speculating his time on Earth may be short, he requested spiritual guidance, even if he wasn’t a faithful man, nor did he believe in forgiveness. He appealed to the Church as a “just in case” like many other petrified atheists. . Don Luis Zavala
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IT IS SAID that time is unrelated to everything else. It goes on and on, unnoticing of our actions, our falls, our triumphs. Who’s to care then, if time does not remember us? It flies by, fleeting, inattentive and disinterested in any occupants of this earth. What are we, then, if time thinks so little of everyone it passes? Time is truly apathetic to the many to whom a little empathy would mean so much.~ April~ Disarming Reign of Blood. Alexia Purdy
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The three Secrets of Fatima were closely held by the Vatican for decades, until the text of the third and last secret was finally released in 2000. Peter J. Tanous
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What could there be in this document written by a young girl in 1917? Peter J. Tanous
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What to do? Fight it or play along? Was God behind it? Peter J. Tanous
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When dancing with a pit bull, it's always best to let him lead. Michael Barnett
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Tom, "said Eric, " just yesterday, you were a complete stranger to us! Now, you are part of our lives! Abdelouahab Hammoudi
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Then, as she turned in a majestic arc for home, a beautiful sunrise appeared on the horizon, as golden and perfect as the very first ray of sun at the beginning of time. Samantha Wood
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I'm well aware that there is no job more important than that of raising a child, but the problem is that it isn't valued. Paula Hawkins
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My power grew angry that it was confined to my petite frame and pulled against my taut skin. Growing bolder, it tore through my skin to lay flat against my outer edge. The glowing energy began to solidify against my flesh; it lengthened to mold itself to my frame and contained me in a transparent cocoon. I flexed my fingers against the waxy surface and began to panic. I was cut off from my coven now and could not feel their thoughts. I could see the panic on their faces as I fell onto my side to convulse. J.D. Stroube
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Don't starve an instinct with a lie on, Never hit or deceive a wounded lion. He heals faster than you can imagine And hurts even more when in famine. Ana Claudia Antunes
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At forty-one, he was still the quintessential bad boy–charming, at ease in his skin, and great-looking, with deep blue eyes, slicked-back brown hair, and the kind of full, sensuous mouth that bad boys seemed to have an unfair market on. Kate White
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No matter what the good boys tell you, criminality is not a level playing field. Carla H. Krueger
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Love at first sight is a polite phrase used when one wants to fuck a stranger. Sheeja Jose
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Jane woke, stretched, and decided to kill herself. If she hadn’t found a reason to live by the end of the day she would jump from the rig. It felt good to have a plan. Adam Baker
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You know when I told you the joke about how a friend will help you move, but a real friend will help you move a body? I was only kidding. Brad Thor
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In darkness there is death. Bob Mayer
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Nothing in the world has a greater power to enslave than fiction. ~ Aarush Kashyap Kirtida Gautam
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Democrats and Republicans were essentially the same party with different faces and that was why, no matter how many promises each leader made, significant change rarely transpired. James Morcan
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Everything we know and believe about deity and divinity nowadays, is a direct origin of old civilizations. Everybody, Greeks, Saxons, Assyrians and Soumerians, all imitate the ancient ways of the first tribes of central Africa (Mason father to his son in "The Omniconstant Christos Rodoulla Tsiailis