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Favorite Line From The Book?

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Maurice "Without death," he answered, "life is meaningless. It is a story that can never be told. A song that can never be sung. For how would one finish it?" (Henry, pg.88)


Harley "There are but two types of men who desire war:
those who haven’t the slightest intention of fighting it themselves,
and those who haven’t the slightest idea what it is"


Natalie I'm not even done reading it yet and I already have 3

"judge us not equally, Abraham." - Henry

"I can see a man's purpose, Abraham. It is my gift. I can see it as clearly as I see you standing before me now. Your purpose is to fight tyranny... And mine is to see that you win." - Henry

"I do not expect I shall ever again have the opportunity of defending and murdering a client in the same day." - Abe (this one made me laugh)


Maurice Connor wrote: "The line that ended the book. I believe it was something like "some men are just too interesting to die" or something along those lines. I absolutely loved that line."

I agree, I think it fit perfectly as the last line of the book.


Natalie Just finished the booked tonight and I agree with the last line!! It was a perfect ending and it put a smile on my face.


Carpenter2140 The last line...no question! Awesome ending!


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Jim Razinha "The end"


Layla "I'm pleased to see you alive, old friend."
"And I to see you dead."


Katherine Last line. It says everything.


Nessa Blankenbaker I actually liked a poem from the book:

Melancholy, my old friend, visits frequent, once again.


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John What Abe says to his father right after he kills his first vampire.

"You've killed us."

"On the contrary I've killed him."

"More will come."

"Then I shall need more stakes."


Teresa Crawford "The day Henry made a choice....that some men are just too interesting to die."


Gabriel "The dead has seen the end of war"

*if I'm not mistaken but I think it has the same sense but different construction of words.


Kathy Miller Harley wrote: ""There are but two types of men who desire war:
those who haven’t the slightest intention of fighting it themselves,
and those who haven’t the slightest idea what it is""


Harley wrote: ""There are but two types of men who desire war:
those who haven’t the slightest intention of fighting it themselves,
and those who haven’t the slightest idea what it is""


Possibly, truer words were never uttered..kldMiller


Kathy Miller Maurice wrote: "Connor wrote: "The line that ended the book. I believe it was something like "some men are just too interesting to die" or something along those lines. I absolutely loved that line."

I agree, I ..."


Yes, way too interesting for us not to learn something from their words...their actions.


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James Thomas Best Quote from this book was actually from another... "I am a foe to tyrants, and my country's friend." Julius Caesar, Act V, scene 4.


Lakishia Harley wrote: ""There are but two types of men who desire war:
those who haven’t the slightest intention of fighting it themselves,
and those who haven’t the slightest idea what it is"

I absolutely loved this line. I loved it so much that I read it three more times before moving on in the text.



Brittany Hands down.

I fear that a life of death has made me numb to both.

For me, it was just one of those lines that you have to read twice and then it just sticks with you long after you finish the book.


Sarah i loved the last line "some people are just to interesting to die." that was a fantastic ending!


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