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300 pages, Kindle Edition
First published May 22, 2018
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Once upon a time, there was a little girl who was afraid of change. She went out bravely into the world anyway.
If you were afraid of something in the light, wasn’t it just good sense to be more afraid of it in the dark?
It’s one of his gifts: let me distract you, let me fill the silence for you, until you decide there’s something you need to say.
I suppose if you’re the guardian at the gates for a dragon, you can’t help but be pleased when she roars.
“I honestly don’t know if you’ve seen Vic when he’s about to rain down fire and destruction.”
In the same breath that people abhor those who break the law, they also love vigilantes with an appealing cause.
Scars mean we survived something, even when the wounds still hurt
It isn't impossible to heal from that, but it leaves scars. It changes the way you look at people, how far you can trust or let people in. It changes your habits, even your desires and dreams. It changes who you are, and no matter how much you struggle back toward that place, that person you started as, you never actually get there. Some change is irreversible
She hated seeing herself in pictures because her eyes always yelled the things she wasn’t allowed to say, and still no one listened
Kids who face monsters can grow up to become monsters, I know that, and some grow up to chase monsters.