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Dragon Wing (The Death Gate Cycle, #1) Dragon Wing by Margaret Weis
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“Truth wasn't something you went out and found. It was wide and vast and deep and unending, and all you could hope to see was a tiny part of it. And to see that part and to mistake it for the whole was to make of Truth a lie.”
Margaret Weis, Dragon Wing
“A 'why' is a dangerous thing... It challenges old, comfortable ways, forces people to think about that they do instead of just mindlessly doing it. (Haplo)


I think the danger is not so much in asking the 'why' as in believing you have come up with the only answer. (Alfred)”
Margaret Weis, Dragon Wing
“No, as I've discovered, hate generally costs a man more than he can afford.”
Margaret Weis, Dragon Wing
“Now there was nothing but awful, terrible silence. Sight is a sense outside and apart from the body, an image on the surface of the eye. But sound enters the ears, the head, it lives inside. In sound's absence, silence echoes.”
Margaret Weis, Dragon Wing
“Lizards that blend into the rock do so to catch flies.”
Margaret Weis, Dragon Wing
“No, as I've discovered, hate generally costs a man more than he can afford.

And what about love? Alfred asked softly.

Hugh didn't even bother to reply.”
Margaret Weis, Dragon Wing
“Not given to boasting, which was a waste of breath-only a man who cannot conquer his deficiencies feels the need to convince the world he has none.”
Margaret Weis, Dragon Wing
“Limbeck, the august leader of WUPP, did not mind the noise. He took comfort in it, having
listened to it, albeit somewhat muffled, in his mother's womb. The Gegs revered the noise, just as
they revered the Kicksey-Winsey. They knew that if the noise ceased their world would come to
an end. Death was known among the Gegs as the Endless Hear Nothing.”
Margaret Weis, Dragon Wing

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