Ambrose Quotes

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Richelle Mead
“The three cards were the Moon, the Empress, and the Ace of Cups. Ambrose leaned over my shoulder to peer at the cards. "Ooh,' he said. "Very interesting."
Rhonda glanced up at him. "Hush. You don't know what you're talking about.”
Richelle Mead, Shadow Kiss

Amy Plum
“All this yummy muscleness first thing in the morning is almost too much for me to take,” she cooed, and gave him a playful wink as she scooted herself into the front seat. I shook my head. If “Flirt” qualified as a foreign language, my sister and Ambrose would both have PhDs in it.”
Amy Plum, Until I Die

Ambrose Bierce
“DISOBEDIENCE, n. The silver lining to the cloud of servitude.”
Ambrose Bierce, The Devil's Dictionary and Other Works

Patrick Rothfuss
“No hard feelings about that time in the Crucible when you mixed my salts and I was nearly blind for a day. No. No, really, drink up!”
Patrick Rothfuss, The Name of the Wind

Patrick Rothfuss
“Ambrose turned on his heel and stormed off, but before he made it through the door, Elodin burst out singing:

‘He's a well-bred ass, you can see it in his stride!
And for a copper penny he will let you take a ride!”
Patrick Rothfuss, The Name of the Wind

Amy Harmon
“I don't think we get answers to every question. We don't get to know all the whys. But I think we will look back at the end of our lives, if we do the best we can, and we will see that the things that we begged God to take from us, the things we cursed him for, the things that made us turn our backs on him or any belief in him, are the things that were the biggest blessings, the biggest opportunities for growth.”
Amy Harmon, Making Faces

Sherrilyn Kenyon
“The Ambrose Malachai will never be forgotten. But it's up to you as to how he'll be always be remembered.”
Sherrilyn Kenyon, Illusion

Charlotte McConaghy
“Who has ever loved as boldly as he does?”
Charlotte McConaghy, Avery

Sherrilyn Kenyon
“Tomar las más insignificantes decisiones podía provocar profundas repercusiones. Unos diez minutos de espera podrían salvar una vida. O terminarla. Un giro equivocado bajando por la calle correcta o una conversación aparentemente sin importancia, y todo cambiaba. No era justo que cada vida fuera definida, arruinada, acabada y lo hiciera por tales detalles aparentemente inofensivos. Un importante acontecimiento que cambiase la vida debería venir con una señal de advertencia que dijera: ABANDONA TODA ESPERANZA o PONTE A SALVO. Era una broma cruel que nadie pudiera ver las curvas más peligrosas hasta que estabas sobre el borde, cayendo al abismo. (Ambrose)”
Sherrilyn Kenyon, Invincible

“The large rooms of which you are so proud are in fact your shame. They are big enough to hold crowds—and also big enough to shut out the voice of the poor.... There is your sister or brother, naked, crying! And you stand confused over the choice of an attractive floor covering. —Ambrose, fourth century.”
Thomas O'Gorman, An Advent Sourcebook