Pandemonium Quotes

Quotes tagged as "pandemonium" (showing 1-19 of 19)
Lauren Oliver
“Love, the deadliest of all deadly things.
It kills you.
Alex.
When you have it.
Alex.
And when you don't.
Alex.”
Lauren Oliver, Pandemonium

Lauren Oliver
“Waste today, want tomorrow...”
Lauren Oliver, Pandemonium

Lauren Oliver
“Promise me we'll stay together, okay?" His eyes are once again the clear blue of a perfectly transparent pool. They are eyes to swim in, to float in, forever. "You and me."
"I promise," I say.
Behind us the door creaks open, and I turn around, expecting Raven, just as a voice cuts through the air: "Don't believe her.”
Lauren Oliver, Pandemonium

Lauren Oliver
“Alex loved books. He was the one who first introduced me to poetry. That's another reason I can't read anymore.”
Lauren Oliver, Pandemonium

Lauren Oliver
“They haven't killed us yet," I say, and I imagine that one day I will fly a plane over Portland, over Rochester, over every fenced-in city in the whole country, and I will bomb and bomb and bomb, and watch all their buildings smoldering to dust, and all those people melting and bleeding into flame, and I will see how they like it.

If you take, we will take back. Steal from us, and we will rob you blind. When you squeeze, we will hit.

This is the way the world is made now.”
Lauren Oliver, Pandemonium

Lauren Oliver
“It was a bird. A bird struggling through stickiness: a bird coated in paint, floundering in its nest, splashing color everywhere.
Red. Red. Red.
Dozens of them: black feathers coated thickly with crimson-colored paint, fluttering among the branches.
Red means run.”
Lauren Oliver, Pandemonium

Criss Jami
“During the flames of controversy, opinions, mass disputes, conflict, and world news, sometimes the most precious, refreshing, peaceful words to hear amidst all the chaos are simply and humbly 'I don't know.”
Criss Jami, Killosophy

Lauren Oliver
“No one can tell us no. No one can make us stop. We have picked each other, and the rest of the world can go to hell.”
Lauren Oliver, Pandemonium

Cassandra Clare
“Come with me."
"Come with you? To Pandemonium? To the Void? And here I thought that my invitation to summer in New Jersey was the worst I had ever received.”
Cassandra Clare, The Rise of the Hotel Dumort

Lauren Oliver
“Because I think you're right. You can make a difference." He told me experiences were kind of like fate, and fate usually came in the form of a test. He told me fate liked to be worshiped. It liked to see us fall on out knees before it offered to help us up..." ♥”
Lauren Oliver, Requiem

Lauren Oliver
“Grief is like sinking, like being buried. I am in water tawny color of kicked up dirt Every breath is full of choking. there is nothing to hold on to, no sides, no way to claw myself up. there is nothing left to do but let go.”
Lauren Oliver, Pandemonium

Lauren Oliver
“It is war now, and armies need symbols.”
Lauren Oliver, Pandemonium

Brenna Yovanoff
“You presume to name those who have no name. We are pandemonium and disaster. We are the dancing, gibbering horror of the world.”
Brenna Yovanoff, The Replacement

John Kendrick Bangs
“Pandemonium did not reign; it poured.”
John Hendrick Bangs

Criss Jami
“Where everyone wants to be a leader, it makes one a follower to want to be a leader, and a leader to know what to follow.”
Criss Jami, Healology

Lauren Oliver
“Julian me rodea con el brazo y luego lo hace Alex; después, Raven me acuna, pongo la cabeza en su regazo, y mas tarde, mi mamá me canta.”
Lauren Oliver , Pandemonium

Bryant McGill
“The real zombie-apocalypse is the pandemic of drama and mediocrity.”
Bryant McGill, Simple Reminders: Inspiration for Living Your Best Life

Lauren Oliver
“We didn’t get your name,” Julian says.
The rat-man’s lips twitch into a smile. “I don’t have one,” he says.
Julian looks startled. “Everyone has a name,” he says.
“Not anymore,” the rat-man says with that twitchy smile. “Names don’t mean a thing anymore. The past is dead.”
Lauren Oliver, Pandemonium

“Once upon a time there was a garden, surrounded on all sides by a great, high fence. In that garden, an old demon ruled over thousands upon thousands of slaves. But the surprising thing was that the only sound ever to be heard within those high walls was the sound of merry laughter. Hahaha and hohoho, all year round-because of the laughing magic which the old demon had used on his slaves. "Why did he use such magic on them? To conceal his evil mistreatment of them, of course, and also to create a deception, saying, 'This is how happy the people in our garden are.' And that's also why he put the fences up, so that the people in other gardens couldn't see over or come in. So, well, think about it. Where in the world might you find such a garden, such a den of evil magic, where cries of pain and sadness were wrenched from the mouths of its people and distorted into laughter?”
Bandi, The Accusation: Forbidden Stories from Inside North Korea