Thomas Quotes

Quotes tagged as "thomas" (showing 1-30 of 134)
James Dashner
“Kill me. If you’ve ever been my friend, kill me.”
James Dashner, The Death Cure

Benjamin Franklin
“Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety.”
Benjamin Franklin

James Dashner
“WICKED is good”
James Dashner, The Maze Runner

James Dashner
“I don't think there is a right or wrong anymore. Only horrible and not-quite-so-horrible.”
James Dashner, The Death Cure

James Dashner
“The betrayal meant he couldn't trust her anymore, and his heart told him he couldn't forgive her.”
James Dashner, The Scorch Trials

James Dashner
“What's going on?" Newt asked, looking back and forth between Thomas and Aris. "Why're you guys looking at each other like you just fell in love?”
James Dashner, The Scorch Trials

Lynsay Sands
“Have you tried to talk to her?"
"What would you like me to say Bastian? OH, I'M SORRY, INEZ. I DIDN'T MEAN TO BITE YOU, MY FANGS SLIPPED.”
Lynsay Sands, Vampires are Forever

James Dashner
“I just...feel like I need to save everyone. To redeem myself.”
James Dashner, The Maze Runner

James Dashner
“They called you the Glue"
"The Glue?"
"Yeah. Probably because you're kind of the glue that holds us all together”
James Dashner, The Scorch Trials

James Dashner
“And you, Tommy” the boy said, lowering his voice. “You’ve got a lot of nerve coming here and asking me to leave with you. A lot of bloody nerve. The sight of you makes me sick”
James Dashner, The Death Cure

Marie Lu
“He loved you.”
Marie Lu, Prodigy

Lynsay Sands
“Inez? I'm sorry I bit you," he said with sincere regret, and then inspiration made him add, "Bastien made me do it.”
Lynsay Sands, Vampires are Forever

Cassandra Clare
“She's alive," Thomas said, not opening his eyes.
"What?" Will was caught off guard.
"The one you come back for. Her. Tessa. She's with Sophie.”
Cassandra Clare, Clockwork Angel

“People are going to think I'm morbid, loving all these sad books. I actually don't mind a happy ending in a novel—certainly, it's nice when it happens. But when you've invested so much time and your fingers have pushed through all that paper and you get to the end…well, a tragic ending kind of goes with the tragedy of finishing a book.”
Julia Roberts on Thomas Hardy's "An Imaginative Woman"

Thomas Jefferson
“Pride costs us more than hunger, thirst, and cold.”
Thomas Jefferson

Lynsay Sands
“There was another pause and then Bastien clucked and snapped, "Dammit, Thomas! Inez is one of my best employees."
He pulled the phone away from his ear to peer at it with disbelief, and then slapped it back to his head. "What the hell has that got to do with anything?"
"Well, if you had to find your lifemate, couldn't it have been someone else's employee. I'm going to lose her now. She'll want to be with you and come to Canada and--”
Lynsay Sands, Vampires are Forever

Jim Butcher
“He's Gandalf on crack and an IV of Red Bull, with a big leather coat and a .44 revolver in his pocket.”
Jim Butcher

James Dashner
“Whoa," Thomas said, feeling bolder by the minute. "Slim it nice and calm there, old fella. You look three steps away from a heart attack.”
James Dashner, The Death Cure

Lynsay Sands
“Mr. Sourpuss Pants God I love her Nicholas " Thomas crowed. When he noticed that neither Nicholas nor Inez looked impressed by the words he added quickly "In a totally sister-in-law type fashion of course.”
Lynsay Sands, The Renegade Hunter

Thomas E. Sniegoski
“The sound of you, it offends me. Abomination, I command you to be silent.”
Thomas E. Sniegoski, The Fallen and Leviathan

Lynsay Sands
“I'd rather lose her from my life, but know she was alive and well than lose her altogether to death.”
Lynsay Sands, Vampires are Forever

Thomas A. Edison
“Nature is truly wonderful. Only man is truly foul.”
Thomas Edison

James Dashner
“With time to think, the full reality of what had happened hit Thomas like a falling boulder. Ever since Thomas had entered the Maze, Newt had been there for him. Thomas hadn’t realized just how much of a friend he’d become until now. His heart hurt.
He tried to remind himself that Newt wasn’t dead. But in some ways this was worse. In most ways. He’d fallen down the slope of insanity, and he was surrounded by bloodthirsty Cranks. And the prospect of never seeing him again was almost unbearable. [...]
He pulled the envelope out of his pocket and ripped it open, then took out the slip of paper. The soft lights that ringed the mirror lit up the message in a warm glow. It was two short sentences:
Kill me. If you’ve ever been my friend, kill me.


Thomas read it over and over, wishing the words would change. To think that his friend had been so scared that he’d had the foresight to write those words made him sick to his stomach. And he remembered how angry Newt had been at Thomas specifically when they’d found him in the bowling alley. He’d just wanted to avoid the inevitable fate of becoming a Crank.
And Thomas had failed him. [...]

“Newt suddenly twisted around and grabbed Thomas by the hand holding the gun. He yanked it toward himself, forcing it up until the end of the pistol was pressed against his own forehead. “Now make amends! Kill me before I become one of those cannibal monsters! Kill me! I trusted you with the note! No one else. Now do it!”
Thomas tried to pull his hand away, but Newt was too strong. “I can’t, Newt, I can’t.”
“Make amends! Repent for what you did!” The words tore out of him, his whole body trembling. Then his voice dropped to an urgent, harsh whisper. “Kill me, you shuck coward. Prove you can do the right thing. Put me out of my misery.”
The words horrified Thomas. “Newt, maybe we can—”
“Shut up! Just shut up! I trusted you! Now do it!”
“I can’t.”
“Do it!”
“I can’t!” How could Newt ask him to do something like this? How could he possibly kill one of his best friends?
“Kill me or I’ll kill you. Kill me! Do it!”
“Newt …”
“Do it before I become one of them!”
“I …”
“KILL ME!” And then Newt’s eyes cleared, as if he’d gained one last trembling gasp of sanity, and his voice softened. “Please, Tommy. Please.”
With his heart falling into a black abyss, Thomas pulled the trigger.”
James Dashner, The Death Cure

Lynsay Sands
“I'm mortal. You really don't want me falling down stairs and breaking my neck."
"I'd catch you," he assured her solemnly. "I'll always be there to catch you, Inez.”
Lynsay Sands, Vampires are Forever

James Dashner
“I'm so sorry," he whispered to her, knowing she couldn't hear. I'm so sorry."
Her mouth moved, working to speak, and he leaned in to make out what she was trying to say.
"Me ... too," she whispered. "I only ever ... cared for...”
James Dashner, The Death Cure

Joey W. Hill
“What I have is surface. Grooming, good genetics, whatever. Whether you've rolled out of bed an hour ago without having had a shower for three days, or you're wearing a designer suit, there is a deep, perfect beauty to you that takes my breath away.”
Joey W. Hill, Rough Canvas

Lynsay Sands
“Have you talked to her?"
"What would you have had me say Bastien? Oh, I'm sorry Inez. I didn't mean to bite you, my fangs slipped.”
Lynsay Sands, Vampires are Forever

“WICKED is good”
James Dashner The Death Cure, The Maze Runner Trilogy

“I’m not Thomas Jefferson. He was a pussy!”
Charlie Sheen

James Dashner
“He finally pulled it all back into his heart, sucking in the painful tide of his misery. In the Glade, Chuck had become a symbol for him—a beacon that somehow they could make everything right again in the world. Sleep in beds. Get kissed goodnight. Have bacon and eggs for breakfast, go to a real school. Be happy.
But now Chuck was gone. And his limp body, to which Thomas still clung, seemed a cold talisman—that not only would those dreams of a hopeful future never come to pass, but that life had never been that way in the first place. That even in escape, dreary days lay ahead. A life of sorrow.
His returning memories were sketchy at best. But not much good floated in the muck.
Thomas reeled in the pain, locked it somewhere deep inside him. He did it for Teresa. For Newt and Minho. Whatever darkness awaited them, they’d be together, and that was all that mattered right then.”
James Dashner, The Maze Runner

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