Midnight Sun Quotes

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Stephenie Meyer
“My life was an unending, unchanging midnight. It must, by necessity, always be midnight for me. So how was it possible that the sun was rising now, in the middle of my midnight?”
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Stephenie Meyer
“Love doesn't always come in convenient packages.”
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Stephenie Meyer
“Her existence alone was excuse enough to justify the creation of the entire world.”
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Stephenie Meyer
“driving at the speed limit--hideous thought.”
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Stephenie Meyer
“A hundred yards away, Mike Newton was lowering Bella's limp body to the sidewalk. She slumped unresponsively against the wet concrete, her skin chalky as a corpse. I almost took the door off the car.”
Stephenie Meyer, Midnight Sun

Stephenie Meyer
“Her scent blazed in my throat and I was glad. It was a pain that meant she was alive. As long as I burned, she was safe.”
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Stephenie Meyer
“Run, Bella, run. I love you too much, for your good or mine.”
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Stephenie Meyer
“I watched her, waiting.
She smiled. Her lips curved up and the edges, and her chocolate eyes warmed.
I’d just admitted to stalking her, and she was smiling.”
Stephenie Meyer, Midnight Sun

Stephenie Meyer
“Bears," I muttered, adding a new fear to the pile. "That would be just her luck, wouldn't it? Stray bear in town. OF course it would head straight for Bella.”
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Stephenie Meyer
“Like a stalker. An obsessed stalker. An obsessed, vampire stalker”
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Stephenie Meyer
“Bite me.”
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Stephenie Meyer
“If he'd done something to harm her, I would annihilate him.”
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Stephenie Meyer
“They wouldn't let me play; only Alice would play games with me anymore.”
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Stephenie Meyer
“How old are you?” she asked.
My answer was automatic and ingrained. “Seventeen.”
“And how long have you been seventeen?”
I tried not to smile at the patronizing tone. “A while,” I admitted.
“Okay,” she said, abruptly enthusiastic. She smiled up at me.”
Stephenie Meyer

Stephenie Meyer
“Whoa, whoa! Hold up, there, kid. She lives in Forks, remember? So she gets rained on.”
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Stephenie Meyer
“Stop it, Mom, you're making me blush.”
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Stephenie Meyer
“I was a vampire, and she had the sweetest blood I’d smelled in eighty years.”
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Stephenie Meyer
“There was no reason for Bella Swan to cross paths with me. She would be avoided like the plague she was.”
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Stephenie Meyer
“I grinned at him, feeling more enthusiastic about my plan now that he was on board. Rosalie was a pain, but I would always owe her one for choosing Emmett; no one had a better brother than mine.”
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Stephenie Meyer
“She’s just a little faint,” I reassured Mrs. Hammond. “They’re blood typing in biology.”
She nodded, understanding now. “There’s always one.”
I stifled a laugh. Trust Bella to be that one.”
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Stephenie Meyer
“I’ll miss you. No matter how short a time you’re gone.”
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Jo Nesbø
“Reason lives in the head, and faith in the heart. They're not always good neighbours.”
Jo Nesbo

Stephenie Meyer
“She was too good for a monster.”
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Stephenie Meyer
“I wanted his death so savagely that the need for it rang in my ears and clouded my sight and was a flavor on my tongue.”
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Stephenie Meyer
“Su sola existencia era excusa suficiente para justificar la creación del mundo entero.”
Stephenie Meyer, Midnight Sun

“I think you're talking shit. You think we don't all feel like that? Like we're crazy, like we're not a real person, like we don't exist? Everyone feels that way sometimes. I can remember talking to you when you lost your bag. So what? You can't remember and that's not a bad thing. It doesn't make me better than you. I'm a stranger to you, but here's what I see:
I see a girl who has suffered a terrible damage to her brain. Someone who, it seems, is shut away by her parents to keep her safe. But inside there is a vibrant person, a traveler, and her memory of this boy Drake has propelled her into action. I think, Flora, that you came here not to find Drake but to find yourself. It wasn't Drake--he's an unlikely romantic hero, really--it was you. Didn't you come here, perhaps, because you heard him talking about the place he was going to, and it called to you?"
I don't know what to say. I don't say anything.
" Our come from Oslo, and Svalbard called me, even though I'm not really the rugged adventurous type. Like you, I had to come. Some of us are meant to be here. We need this place...We need to be small specks in wild nature, by the pole. The midnight sun. The midday darkness. The northern lights. It called to you, Flora, and you answered. You overcame everything, and you came here, alone. You are the bravest person I've ever met.”
Emily Barr, The One Memory of Flora Banks

Stephenie Meyer
“I was not the one she was destined to say yes to. It was someone else, someone human and warm. And I could not let myself hunt him down and kill him, because she deserved him. Whoever it was. It really didn't matter if I left, because Bella could never see me the way I wished she could. Never see me someone worthy of love. Never. Could a dead, frozen heart break? It felt like mine would.
"Edward," she mumbled softly. She was dreaming of me. Could a dead, frozen heart beat again? It felt like mine was about to.
I would always love this fragile human girl, for the rest of my limitless existence.”
Stephenie Meyer, Midnight Sun

Shannon  Mullen
“The intensity of my grief hits the mountains across Eclipse Sound, and then echoes throughout Arctic. There’s nobody around. I can barely see the town below the hill, nestled within the valley of barren tundra, across from the tiny airport, my only access to the south. I’m alone amidst this desolate landscape and there’s nowhere to hide. No trees or buildings or distractions. It’s just me in the depths of my suffering and all my faults and mistakes of the past are exposed underneath the spotlight of the midnight sun.”
Shannon M Mullen, See What Flowers