Hale Quotes

Quotes tagged as "hale" (showing 1-23 of 24)
Ally Carter
“Of course, the downside of attending a fictional school is that our lacrosse team sucks.”
Ally Carter, Heist Society
tags: hale

Ally Carter
“Kat," Hale groaned, then fell back onto the pillows.
"Funny, I didn't hear a doorbell."
"I let myself in; hope that's okay."
Hale smiled. "Or the alarm."
She stepped inside, tossed a pocket-size bag of tools onto the bed.
"You're due for an upgrade."
Hale propped himself against the antique headboard and squinted up at her.
"She returns." He crossed his arms across his bare chest. "You know, I could be naked in here.”
Ally Carter, Heist Society

Ally Carter
“Its Vermeer"
Kat turned to the boy who lingered in the doorway. "It's stolen"
"What can I say?" Hale eased behind her and studied the painting over her shoulder. "I met a very nice man who bet me he had the best security system in Istanbul." His breath was warm on the back of her neck. "He was mistaken.”
Ally Carter, Heist Society

Ally Carter
“Do you understand any of this?" he said, pointing to the lines and symbols that covered the massive screens.
"Some people understand the value of an education."
Hale stretched and crossed his legs, the settled his arm around Kat's shoulders.
"That's sweet, Kat. Maybe later I'll buy you a university. And an ice cream."
"I'd settle for the ice cream."
"Deal.”
Ally Carter, Heist Society

Ally Carter
“I sprung you because I've got a message for you"
"doesn't your family own a cell phone company?"
"only a little one”
Ally Carter, Heist Society

Ally Carter
“Hey anyone who thinks a non-military–grade rappelling cable can support the weight of two grown men and a miniature donkey deserves to fall off a cliff.”
Ally Carter, Uncommon Criminals

Ally Carter
“I didn't know there were this many math guys," Hale said as they stepped onto the crowded concourse.
Kat cleared her throat.
"And women," he added. "Math women.”
Ally Carter, Heist Society

Stephenie Meyer
“What is she to me? Except a menace — a danger you’ve chosen to inflict on all of us.”
Stephenie Meyer, Twilight

Ally Carter
“You know" - Hale's breath was warm against Kat's ear in the chilly ballroom- "I don't know that both of us really have to be here...."
The slide changed. While hundreds of mathematicians waited with baited breath, the boy beside Kat whispered,
"I could go make some calls... check on some things..."
"Play some blackjack?"
"Well, when in Rome..."
"Rome is tomorrow, babe," Kat reminded him.
He nodded. "Right.”
Ally Carter, Heist Society

Ally Carter
“I'm sure Uncle Eddie won't kill him. He'll probably just maim him a little."

"No," Uncle Eddie said. "I won't."

"Okay," Gabrielle said. "So he'll maim him a lot. But Hale can take it.”
Ally Carter, Perfect Scoundrels

Ally Carter
“You know you're smarter than all of them, right?" Hale said flatly.
"In fact, if you wanted to PROVE it..."
He glanced at the blackjack tables.
Simon shook his head. "I don't count cards, Hale."
"Don't?" Hale smiled. "Or won't? You know, technically, it's not illegal."
"But it's frowned upon."
Sweat beaded at Simon's brow.
He sounded like someone had just suggested he swim after eating... run with scissors...
"It is SERIOUSLY frowned upon.”
Ally Carter, Heist Society

Ally Carter
“W.W. Hale the Forth bought the car for Headmaster Franklin, or didn’t they mention that? Granted it was to make up for the fire that W.W. Hale allegedly started in the eighth grade before they suggested that all current and future W.W. Hales continue their education elsewhere- which worked out just as well since I’m at the Knightsbury Institute now.”
“I’ve never heard of it”
“My father got a letter just this week telling him I have become a model student”
“Congratulations”…
“Yeah, well, I’m the only student.”… “Of course the downside of attending a fictional school is that our lacrosse team sucks.”
Ally Carter, Heist Society

Ally Carter
“The window can be fixed, Katerina. I'm far more concerned about him.”
Ally Carter, Perfect Scoundrels

Ally Carter
“Should alcoholics go to liquor stores?”
Ally Carter, Heist Society

Mandy Hale
“The only keeper of your happiness is you. Stop giving people the power to control your smile, your worth and your attitude.”
Mandy Hale

Shannon Hale
“Katar," said Britta, "I thought you would want to stay with your friends from home while they were here, so I had your things moved from your room in the delegates' wing."
"You can have my things brought in too," said Peder, throwing himself onto the nearest bed. He sighed as he sank into the soft mattress and rolled onto his side.
"Um... I don't think boys are-" Britta began.
"Don't you mind me!" Peder pulled a blanket over his head.
Miri didn't know how he could even pretend to fall asleep. She could barely keep from pacing.
"Don't worry, Britta," said Esa. "We'll kick him out before night. Off to your fancy apprenticeship, big brother."
She nudged Peder's shape under the blanket. Peder made an exaggerated snoring noise.”
Shannon Hale, Palace of Stone

Ally Carter
“What?" He cut a grin at Kat when he saw the impressed look on her face. "Corporate espionage is my second greatest passion.''

"With your first being..." Kat prompted.

"Gelato," Hale said, and turned back to the group.”
Ally Carter

Ally Carter
“I don't care if we lose the company, miss. But I would care a great deal if we lost the boy.”
Ally Carter, Perfect Scoundrels

Arthur Miller
“Here is all the invisible world, caught, defined, and calculated. In these books the Devil stands stripped of all his brute disguises. Here are all your familiar spirits-your incubi and succubi; your witches that go by land, by air, and by sea; your wizards of the night and of the day. Have no fear now-we shall find him out and I mean to crush him utterly if he has shown his face!”
Arthur Miller, The Crucible

Ally Carter
“Count me in, Kat." He squeezed her tighter. "You should always count me in." - W. W. Hale the Fifth”
Ally Carter, Heist Society
tags: cute, hale, kat

Joseph McCabe
“{McCabe on the influential scientist Luther Burbank}

His magnificent work, which added an incalculable sum to the wealth of America and left him a comparatively poor man, is well known. His own simple account of his discoveries runs to 12 volumes and is incomplete. I was one of the few men whom he admitted to his house in Santa Rosa in the few months before he died and I found him advanced even beyond the vague Emersonian theism of his earlier years. He agreed to see me, he said, though he was tired and ill, because of his admiration of my work as a rationalist. He had just raised a storm by a public declaration that he did not believe in a future life, and his biographer Wilbur Hale repeats this.”
Joseph McCabe, A Biographical Dictionary of Ancient Medieval and Modern Freethinkers

Ally Carter
“On most guys, Hale's smile would have looked sheepish. On him, it was so roguishly charming that Kat's heart actually skipped a beat.”
Ally Carter, The Grift of the Magi

Kiera Cass
“Hale dropped down and lay in front of me, wrapping an arm around my shoulder. Don't worry, I've got you.”
Kiera Cass, The Heir