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“Ignorance didn’t feel like bliss. It felt like stupidity, and she hated it. “That”
Beth Cato, Breath of Earth
“How long have you used geomancy?” The blunt question caused her to recoil slightly. “Almost my whole life. How long have you felt the need to live as a man?” “As long as I can remember.” The pain in his voice didn’t come from the injury. “Look at us with our deep, dark secrets.”
Beth Cato, Breath of Earth
“Ingrid stared at him and again wondered about the boy she had loved and nurtured for the past five years. She always knew he was Chinese, of course, but that was an entirely different thing from understanding what it was to be Chinese. Lee”
Beth Cato, Breath of Earth
“Did you really think we wouldn’t fight back? That we’d just wallow here until the Unified Pacific decided to kill us off?” His voice was soft, his words sending a chill through her. No, she wanted to say, but the truth was, she had never really thought much about Chinese resistance before, even with Mr. Sakaguchi’s frequent observations on the subject. After all, she wasn’t one of the elite, one of the persecutors of the Chinese. She was a dark-skinned woman who didn’t even know where her father came from, why she looked as she did. Ingrid always felt that she and Lee were bound in friendship, and because of that, their differences didn’t matter. “I don’t know,” she said in a whisper, feeling like a fool. Like she’d been a fool for years.”
Beth Cato, Breath of Earth
“I just want to know who you really are,” she said. “When I figure that out, I’ll let you know,” said Lee, pivoting on his heel to meet her gaze. Sadness lingered in his eyes, and she wasn’t sure why. “You do the same for me.”
Beth Cato, Breath of Earth
“Flash grenades—a weapon used in China. Ingrid shivered as Cy’s comments suddenly made sense. Chinatown was so close. She was so close to the Chinese, to Lee and Jiao. So close, and so oblivious. Despite”
Beth Cato, Breath of Earth
“When we kill a word, it’s akin to killing off the dodo bird. Nothing can replace it, and it’s impossible to know the scope of the loss.” The”
Beth Cato, Breath of Earth
“Holiness may be found by being in the mere presence of books, without evening parting the pages.”
Beth Cato, The Clockwork Crown
“He stopped moving among the shelves. She stopped as well and scanned the books around her. 'Such a glorious perfume, these old books.”
Beth Cato, The Clockwork Crown
“If I have to use another leaf on that man, I'll revive just so I can throttle him.”
Beth Cato, The Clockwork Crown


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