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Lasher (Lives of the Mayfair Witches, #2) Lasher by Anne Rice
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“We have such a terrible, terrible misconception of science. We think it involves the definite, the precise, the known; it is a horrid series of gates to an unknown as vast as the universe; which means endless.”
Anne Rice, Lasher
“I saw finally the futility of all these gestures, that witchcraft is but a matter of focus-that one cann apply one's fierce and immeasurable energies to an act of choice.”
Anne Rice, Lasher
“It's always been pride. The History of the Mayfair Witches was pride. But this came to me wrapped in the mysteries of science. We have such a terrible, terrible misconception of science. We think it involves the definite, the precise, the known; it is a horrid series of gates to an unknown as vast as the universe; which means endless. And I knew this, I knew but I forgot. That was my mistake.”
Anne Rice, Lasher
“everything a man does is part of the moral fabric of who he is, and what he is.”
Anne Rice, Lasher
“One time Gifford had asked Mona: “What’s the difference between men and women?” Mona had said: “Men don’t know what can happen. They’re happy. But women know everything that can happen. They worry all the time.”
Anne Rice, Lasher
“New Orleans, city of roaches, city of decay, city of our family, and of happy, happy people.”
Anne Rice, Lasher
“Words spoken to drunkards were truly words written in water. They vanished into the endless void in which the drunkard languished.”
Anne Rice, Lasher
“His hands would soon be trembling and he would have indigestion, but he didn’t care. When you love coffee you abandon everything to that love.”
Anne Rice, Lasher
“When you love coffee you abandon everything to that love.”
Anne Rice, Lasher
“The stars shone as brightly as if they were tumbling on the Final Day.”
Anne Rice, Lasher
“¿Acaso creías que podías bailar con el diablo y no pagar un precio por ello?”
Anne Rice, Lasher
“The family was not just the family to them; it was the clan; the nation; the religion; the obsession. I”
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