Hayden Quotes

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Neal Shusterman
“That's what law is: educated guesses at right and wrong.”
Neal Shusterman, Unwind

Neal Shusterman
“They signed the unwind order just to spite each other,but laugh,laugh,laugh,Hayden, because if you ever stop laughing,it might just tear you apart worse than a Chop Shop.”
Neal Shusterman, UnWholly

Jennifer L. Armentrout
“Hunger gnawed at my stomach, but I was afraid someone would be in the kitchen again. So I found myself staring at the front door. Freedom seemed just a doorknob-turn away.

When I did open the door, freedom didn't wait — a half-naked Hayden did.”
Jennifer L. Armentrout, Cursed

Jennifer Echols
“You had a bet. You couldn't lose a bet. If you had a choice between me and winning, you'll choose winning every time. It's still true.”
Jennifer Echols, The Ex Games

Helena Hunting
“Everyone has scars, Tenley.
If we're lucky, they're only on the outside".”
Helena Hunting, Clipped Wings

Jennifer Echols
“Nick might have enjoyed making out with me. He might even want to be with me. But more than anything, Nick wanted to win. And winning me over wasn't enough. ”
Jennifer Echols, The Ex Games

Neal Shusterman
“The Admiral's using us," he says to the kids around him. "Don't you see that?"
Most of the kids just shrug, but Hayden's there, and he never misses an opportunity to add his peculiar wisdom to a situation.
"I'd rather be used whole than in pieces," Hayden says.”
Neal Shusterman, Unwind
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Neal Shusterman
“No, it's not!" says Emby.
"Hey—he wanted my opinion, I gave it."
"But it's wrong!"
"You see, Hayden? You see what you started?"
"Yes!" Hayden says excitedly. "It looks like we're about to have our own little Heartland War. Pity it's too dark for us to watch it.”
Neal Shusterman, Unwind
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Neal Shusterman
“but laugh, laugh, laugh, because if you ever stop laughing, it might just tear you apart”
Neal Shusterman

Neal Shusterman
“Hayden shouts, "To the new Teen Uprising!”
neal shusterman

Neal Shusterman
“Connor bangs his head back sharply against the wall, hoping to jar loose the bad thoughts clinging to his brain. This is not a good place to be alone with your thoughts. Perhaps that's why Hayden feels compelled to talk.”
Neal Shusterman, Unwind

Jennifer L. Armentrout
“Uh…I’ve seen you around here a couple of times,” he said again, staring at the book I held. “‘I had come face to face with some one whose mere personality was so fascinating that, if I allowed it to do so, it would absorb my whole nature, my whole soul, my very art itself.’”
I stared. “What?”
His lopsided grin spread into a full one, and it felt like someone had socked me in the chest. “It’s a quote from Oscar Wilde’s Dorian Gray. It’s one of my favorite books.”
Hot and smart. And apparently he was a real-life boy.”
Jennifer Armentrout

Dan Chaon
“The pirates would kiss Hayden, and sometimes they would cut off a hank of hair - 'as a reminder of yer kisses, me lad' - and one of them even cut off a piece of his earlobe.
This particular pirate was Bill McGregor, and he was the one Hayden feared the most. Bill McGregor was the worst of them - and at night when everyone else was asleep, Bill McGregor would come looking for Hayden, his step slow and hollow on the planks of the deck, his voice a deep whisper.
Boy,' he would murmur. 'where are you, boy?'
After Bill McGregor cut off the piece of Hayden's earlobe, he decided that he wanted more. Every time he caught Hayden, he would cut a small piece off of him. The skin of an elbow, the tip of a finger, a piece of his lip. He would grip the squirming Hayden and cut a piece off of him, and then Bill McGregor would eat the piece of flesh.”
Dan Chaon, Await Your Reply

Neal Shusterman
“Now he's far away, floating in the clouds, playing Scrabble with the Dalai Lama, but wouldn't you know it, all the tiles are in Tibetan.”
Neal Shusterman, UnWholly
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Michelle Falkoff
“I would never understand how hurt and confused and hopeless he must have felt, to decide it wasn't worth trying, and I wasn't mad at him anymore for doing it...”
Michelle Falkoff, Playlist for the Dead