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Open Minds (Mindjack, #1) Open Minds by Susan Kaye Quinn
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“It was after lunch, and no one had died yet, so I took that as a good sign.”
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“Block D was at the farthest corner of the camp from Block C. Whoever had laid out the Camp of the Flies had no respect for alphabetical order.”
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“You must have been some kind of raging elephant, because it took three darts for them to take you down.”
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“I had left the truck where I had crashed it—smashed into a pole by the charger station that had appeared out of nowhere when I had tried to park under a covered awning. Driving was a lot simpler than parking, it seemed.”
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“She had hauled out Grandma O’Donnell’s crystal plates, the ones Gram claimed were hand-cut by our distant relatives in County Kerry during the potato famine. She also said Big Foot crashed her eighteenth birthday party.”
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“He gave me an unexpected soft look that made me close my eyes again. “Okay,” I said. “What next, Master Zagan?” “Next, Little One, you need to jack the strongest one you can find.” I killed the smile that threatened to break out on my face.”
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“...shades of OCD.”
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“I was so distracted thinking about my newfound mindjacking ability that I nearly ran into the garage door.”
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“I wasn’t ready to replay that bit of disaster—the moment when I decided to be Simon Zagan’s girlfriend. Not the best choice I’ve ever made.”
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“I’ve got the Impenetrable Mind, remember?”
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“Who wants pizza for dessert? His words rang loudly, reverberating through all their heads at once. It was too much command, and they all echoed back, Pizza! Pizza for dessert! We already had pizza for lunch and dinner,”
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“The memory of Simon lying dead in the desert was seared into my mind, but my other memories of him were starting to return—the kisses and sweet promises, as well as the lies. I still wasn’t sure which ones were which. I wondered if he would approve of me outing jackers to the world.”
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“He pressed his lips to mine. They were soft like a summer’s breeze, and his kiss reached down to my toes.”
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“Seamus once told me that when readers touched, they shared feelings as if they were joined into one person. He said it was a very intimate experience. I would never be like the normal readers of the world. But, for the first time, I knew exactly what he meant.”
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