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Green Angel (Green Angel, #1) Green Angel by Alice Hoffman
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“My grief was cold. It was nothing to share. It was nothing to speak about, nothing to feel.”
Alice Hoffman, Green Angel
“I didn’t want to be prideful anymore. I wanted to be as hard as and brittle as the stones I carted into the woods. Stones that could not feel or cry or see. I wished not to feel anything at all.

In no time, what I wished for, I became.”
Alice Hoffman, Green Angel
“She was so busy forgetting, she couldn't take a single step into the future.”
Alice Hoffman, Green Angel
“I wasn't good company, that was true, and people avoided me, but that was all right. I was too busy dreaming.”
Alice Hoffman, Green Angel
“I understood wanting to forget. Things that made you remember cut like pieces of glass.”
Alice Hoffman, Green Angel
“No one called out my name. Finally, I went to open the door. I could smell burning metal.”
Alice Hoffman, Green Angel
“One day she would surely vanish altogether, and there was no way to stop her. She was so busy forgetting, she couldn't take a single step into the future”
Alice Hoffman, Green Angel
“I had lost my mother and my father and my sister, and sometimes when I caught a glimpse of myself in a shop window, I wondered if perhaps I hadn't lost myself as well”
Alice Hoffman, Green Angel
“I was making a different sort of heart, one that was black, one that was protected by thorns, by bats, by raven's wings, by sorrow, by my aloneness, my armour”
Alice Hoffman, Green Angel
“I thought about how it was impossible to forget, no matter how hard anyone might try.”
Alice Hoffman, Green Angel
“If sparrows were meant to fly, and hawks to hunt, and greyhounds to run, then a boy such as Diamond was meant to search for his mother. If he didn't go, if he forgot or thought of himself first, then he wouldn't be Diamond.”
Alice Hoffman, Green Angel

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