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Tana French
“I rent," I said. "I'm probably two paychecks from the street. It doesn't bother me."

Daniel nodded, unsurprised. "Possibly you're braver than I am," he said. "Or possibly - forgive me - you simply haven't decided what you want from life yet; you haven't found anything that you truly want to hold onto. That changes everything, you know. Students and very young people can rent with no damage to their intellectual freedom, because it puts them under no threat: they have nothing, yet, to lose. Have you noticed how easily the very young die? They make the best martyrs for any cause, the best soldiers, the best suicides. It's because they're held here so lightly: they haven't yet accumulated loves and responsibilities and commitments and all the things that tie us securely to this world. They can let go of it as easily and simply as lifting a finger. But as you get older, you begin to find things that are worth holding on to, forever. All of a sudden you're playing for keeps, as children say, and it changes the very fabric of you.”
Tana French, The Likeness

Kate Morton
“As to the details of Dorothy's life before she met Stephen Nicolson, though, she'd never forced them on her children and they hadn't thought to ask. Nothing odd in that, Laurel supposed with mild discomfort. Children don't require of their parents a past and they find something faintly unbelievable, almost embarrassing, in parental claims to a prior existence.”
Kate Morton, The Secret Keeper

George R.R. Martin
“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies, said Jojen. The man who never reads lives only one”
George R.R. Martin, A Dance with Dragons

Hillary Jordan
“When I looked at my children I could see me and Hap in all of em. And I loved my husband and myself too, and so I loved our children. But when I looked at Ronsel I seen something more, something me and Hap couldn't a gave him cause we ain't got it. A shine so bright it hurt your eyes sometimes but you still had to look at it.

I loved all my children, but I loved Ronsel the most. If that was a sin I reckoned God would forgive me for it, seeing as how He the one stacked the cards in the first place.”
Hillary Jordan, Mudbound

Bryan Cranston
“I will pursue something that I love -- and hopefully become good at it, instead of pursuing something that I'm good at -- but don't love.”
Bryan Cranston, A Life in Parts

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