The Oracle Quotes

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Julie Kagawa
“I figured. Can’t expect a faery to do you a favor without naming a price. Squashing down my annoyance, I stole a glance at Ash, and saw him nod. He’d expected it, too. I sighed and turned back to the oracle. “What do you want?”
She tapped a nail against her chin, dislodging a few flakes of dead skin or dust. I wrinkled my nose and eased back a step. “Hmm, let us see. What would the girl be willing to part with. Perhaps…your future chi—”
“No,” Ash and I said in unison. She snorted.”
Julie Kagawa

Amy Leach
“A tree can be tempted out of its winter dormancy by a few hours of southerly sun—the readiness to believe in spring is stronger than sleep or sanity.”
Amy Leach, Things That Are

Amy Leach
“If ever you grow weary of concrete, so much concrete conversation, you might take your questions to the forest.”
Amy Leach, Things That Are

Amy Leach
“Why should conversation always be so much more coherent than experience?”
Amy Leach, Things That Are

D.J. Niko
“This leaf has fallen from its mother and withered. Yet the tree does not mourn the loss. While barren, it stands tall, ready to bear the burden of winter, for it knows that through hardship comes renewal.”
D.J. Niko, The Oracle

D.J. Niko
“Humanity is defined by its struggles, not doomed by them. It is in the way we endure those struggles that we transcend our lower nature and enter a higher realm.”
D.J. Niko, The Oracle