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Witchlanders Witchlanders by Lena Coakley
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“An assassin's first murder is himself. He kills the man he was.”
Lena Coakley, Witchlanders
“We live between the two great silences: the silence that existed before the world began, and the silence that waits for us at the end of all things.”
Lena Coakley, Witchlanders
“You can't see the world from somebody else's point of view and not be changed.”
Lena Coakley, Witchlanders
“He taught me that the whole world was a holy place. That's why he loved our old farm, loved the dirt under his feet. Everything was magic to him.”
Lena Coakley, Witchlanders
“Why did people shrink away from winter, he wondered, safe in their blankets, hiding by their fires?
If they knew how beautiful winter really was, they would walk out naked into the snow, walk and walk, until their frozen hearts split open with joy.”
Lena Coakley, Witchlanders
“The present catches up to the future with alarming speed - I had forgotten that.”
Lena Coakley, Witchlanders
“Grief is her hobby. She's made a study of it”
Lena Coakley, Witchlanders
“Every once in a while it's as if my mind turns a corner, and then I can see forever. I love that feeling.”
Lena Coakley, Witchlanders
“Why did knowing grief himself not make him better at knowing how to help?”
Lena Coakley, Witchlanders
“For the first time he understood what he had always been taught: The world was made of music.”
Lena Coakley, Witchlanders
“It was as if the girl were a puzzle that his mind was trying to solve.”
Lena Coakley, Witchlanders
“She reminded him of a snowcat - a beautiful, dangerous thing from a cold, high place”
Lena Coakley, Witchlanders
“They were so beautiful in their opposition - like two sides of a coin.
They were... balance.”
Lena Coakley, Witchlanders